2019 Annual Meeting MOVED

Due to circumstances beyond our control, the 2019 Annual Meeting has been MOVED to a location near the airport, Cavu Cellars Winery (see purple marker on map below).     There will be signs posted at 175 Aeronca Avenue and at the the airport.  The District apologizes for the inconvenience.

Cavu Cellrs map



Plan to attend the the Annual Meeting and Election! Click here to see the agenda or scroll down to see the full post.  The meeting will be held on January 22th, 2019, at Cavu Cellars Winery at 175 Aeronca Avenue near the airport.

There will be no election due to the incumbant, Jim Kent, being automatically reelected as the only candidate to file by the filing deadline, details to be posted.

Candidates must be registered voters residing in the conservation district and may be required to own land or operate a farm, depending on the make-up of the board. A conservation district supervisor is a public official who serves without compensation and who sets policy and direction for the conservation district.  For all the details of the Election Resolution and instructions on how to become a candidate, see the full blog post below!


Special Meeting November 13, 2018

The regular November board meeting is a Special Meeting and will be held at 4 p.m. on November 13th,  2018.  The Nov 2018_agenda includes adoption of an election resolution (see related notice on this site). The Open Public Meetings Act requires the district to inform the public whene
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2019 Election Notice

The Walla Walla County Conservation District Board of Supervisors will be meeting at 5 p.m. on November 13th, 2018, at the District office at 325 N. 13th Ave in Walla Walla. The board will be adopting a resolution setting the date, time, place, and manner of an election to fill a Cons
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Walla Walla, Mill Creek, and Coppei Geomorphic Assessment

A geomorphic assessment was conducted in May of 2010 on the Walla Walla River downstream from the Frog Hollow Road Bridge, Mill Creek downstream of the Wickersham Bridge, and Coppei Creek downstream of McCown Road.  The focus of the assessment was channel, vegetation, and floodplain c
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