What is a Conservation District?
From the Washington State Conservation Commission:
Conservation Districts help people take care of everything they can see outside their windows – from farms, to forests, to urban yards, to rivers, lakes, and coastline. For more than 75 years, they have served as trusted, non-regulatory local partners helping people care for natural resources.
Districts offer a range of voluntary services including assistance with: erosion control, habitat restoration, manure management, wildfire prevention/mitigation, stormwater management, forest plans, irrigation efficiency, noxious weed control, fish barrier removals, livestock stream crossings, and more.
Conservation districts are locally led. Each district is directed by a five-member board of supervisors. There are 45 Conservation Districts in the state of Washington. Visit the Conservation District Map and Directory on the Washington State Conservation Commission’s website.
Conservation District Elections 2020
See below for a list of election dates as compiled by Washington Conservation Voters. Elections may be in person, mail-in, or online. You may have to request a ballot early from your Conservation District. Please refer to the individual Conservation District’s website for more details.
Washington Conservation Voters will not be making endorsements for the 2020 Conservation District races, but we encourage voters to participate in this critical local election.
This list will be updated as information is available.
See an update that needs to be made, or have questions? Email Political and Civic Engagement Manager Emily Krieger, email@example.com.