Foster Creek Conservation District
Foster Creek Conservation District

Current VSP Highlights at FCCD

Foster Creek Conservation District is proud to host Douglas County's Voluntary Stewardship Program (VSP) as well as many other inititatives that support local natural resources and viable agriculture.


There is currently 1 vacancy on our VSP work group! This county-based public committee provides guidance for priorities of voluntary stewardship activities across Douglas County. 

Access the application on FCCD's VSP Work Group webpage. 


Please complete the Douglas County Producer Survey!

The button below is a link to the online survey version. All responses collected are anonymous. This quick and easy survey is critical to the success of the Voluntary Stewardship Program for all of Douglas County. 


Douglas County VSP Producer Survey



Cost Share and Technical Assistance 

We have biocontrols available for invasive weed species like knapweed and toadflax. Invasives in Douglas County can cause loss of wildlife habitat, biodiversity, and increased costs to the agricultural community.


Access our Biocontrols Page or contact Ryan Lefler at for more information.

Are you interested in transitioning your operation to No-Till? Foster Creek has cost share available to help transition up to 250 acres.


Access our Direct Seed & Soil Health Pageor contact Becca Hebron at for more information.

Key Conservation Activities like crop rotation, prescribed grazing, native plant restoration, Vence (virtual fencing), and other practices are supported under VSP.


Vence is a virtual fencing, livestock management system for cattle that allows ranchers to control cattle movement and create customized grazing patterns.

Was your land affected by Grass Valley or Pearl Hill fires? 


FCCD partners with the Federal Emergency Management Act (FEMA) to support invasive weed management and native plant restoration in burned areas.

FCCD is in the process of creating a Watershed Plan for Water Resource Inventory Area (WRIA) 50 which encompasses approximately 578,182 acres across Douglas and Okanogan counties.


Primary land use within WRIA 50 includes range (64%) and agriculture (24%). 


The Watershed Plan is advisory (non-regulatory) and will identify areas of concern, priority areas for conservation, and ways to monitor water quantity and quality. 


If you would like to join our Watershed Planning Committee, please email us at

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