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Voluntary Stewardship Program: Going Strong!

The District is moving forward helping area farmers and the county implement the VSP work plan. VSP is a voluntary alternative to regulation under the Critical Areas Ordinance. It demonstrates that the critical areas on ag. ground are being protected through voluntary conservation measures. These are things most farmers and ranchers are currently doing, like no-till and protecting riparian buffers. Progress is reported at 5-year intervals. And the stakes are high: if we can’t demonstrate that area farmers and ranchers are protecting critical areas, then ag. will be regulated under the strict requirements of the Critical Areas Ordinance. To learn more, contact the District office and check out the VSP web page here.

February 6, 2013

District Seeks Applicants for Appointed Supervisor Position

The Walla Walla County Conservation District is seeking applicants for an opening on the Board of Supervisors. A district supervisor is a public official who serves […]
August 16, 2012

The Gardena North 2800 Gets Underway

Work has commenced on the Gardena North 2800, so named because it consists of 2,800 feet of piping and is part of the Gardena North Lateral […]
July 18, 2012

Ground Breaking Ceremony Held

A ground breaking ceremony was held on July 19th for the Bergevin-Williams/Old Lowden (BW/OL) diversion and pipeline at the diversion site. This ambitious project will eliminate two […]
June 18, 2012

Todd Kimball to Serve Three Year Term as WWCCD Supervisor

The Walla Walla County Conservation District held its 2012 Annual Meeting and Supervisor Election on Thursday, January 26th, 2012, at the Walla Walla Regional Airport in the […]
June 7, 2012

A Drive to Revive Arbor Day

Arbor Day will be celebrated on April 11, this year and more than 620 Fourth Graders in Walla Walla County, will rollup their sleeves and plant […]