Protect and enhance critical areas in Douglas County where they overlap with agricultural activities via voluntary, incentive-based measures while maintaining and improving the long-term viability of agriculture.
Benchmarks are established to help achieve different objectives that have been decided on by the county's working group members. These objectives collectively work towards obtaining the overall county goal, which meet requirements of the Growth Management Act established by Washington State.
The producer survey is the number one way to help our county's working group track progress towards meeting the goals in the VSP work plan. The information you provide about the conservation efforts that your farm already has underway will help avoid future regulations on our county. Working together in this program, we can continue to benefit agricultural viability while protecting the natural habitat and critical areas of Douglas County.
Please click the link button below to complete the VSP survey!
VSP's success depends on Douglas County agricultural producers' participation. All response data is anonymous and aggregated.