by Sharon Davis
Creek Conservation District
N. Baker St.
745-8362 ext. 3
Tim Behne, FCCD, demonstrates the well sounder at the
2008 NCW Envirothon.
Kathleen Deason, FCCD, answers water quality questions
for Bridgeport senior students.
protect natural resources; enhance sustainable, profitable
agriculture; and improve the quality of life in Douglas County,
by: Encouraging good land stewardship through education,
incentives, and quality technical assistance. Protecting
individual and private property rights. Building strong coalitions
with other groups. Including, but not limited to, government assistance as a valid
conservation partner to agriculture, by providing quality,
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Draft Douglas County Multi Species Habitat
The Douglas County MSHCP is a conservation
plan develped with local landowners, technical advisors,
agencies and the US Fish and Wildlife Service to give incidental
take coverage for agricultural activites on 17 local
terrestrical species of concern. Our review draft is now
complete and under review by USFWS.
Draft MSHCP, December 2009 (27 MB)
Have you owned the same
land for 100 years, but may not be actively farming that land?
You may qualify for our
new Heritage Homestead
Summer 2010 Newsletter
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FCCD board supervisor, Wade Troutman, was re-elected!
Next FCCD Board Meeting:
Wednesday, September 8th, Mansfield Senior Center, Mansfield, WA