Adopted 2018 Resolutions

Dec 10, 2018 by

After consideration and deliberation, the following resolutions were adopted at the 2018 WACD Annual Meeting:   2018-03 Feasibility study to simplify annual WACD dues calculations and rankings (As Adopted) 2018-04 Addressing State Policy on Water Quantity and Availability (As Adopted) 2018-05 Fully staff local Natural Resource Conservation Services offices (As Amended) 2018-07 Allow Dike Maintenance without Emergency Declaration (As Adopted) 2018-08 Amend the method for determining EQIP funding levels for each area (as Adopted) 2018-09 Supporting Funding for the Fire Adapted Communities, Forest Rangeland Health Program (As Adopted) 2018-10 Allow Increased NRCS Attendance at Conservation District Board Meetings (As Adopted) 2018-11 Allow Programmatic Funding in Commission’s Natural Resource Investment (As Adopted) 2018-13 Support for Regional Conservation Planning Training (As Adopted) 2018-14 Support for Regional Conservation Planning Training (As Adopted) 2018-15 Conservation Practices on Prevented...

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November WACD Board Meeting

Nov 12, 2018 by

The next meeting of the WACD Officers and Directors will be on November 26th at the Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick from 9:30 am – 2:30 pm. Additional meeting materials will be posted when ready.   November Draft Agenda WACD 2018 Executive Operations Budget WACD 2018 PMC Budget October 2018 Financial Reports WACD Close Out Report June 2018 Larson Gross Control Deficiency Letter Larson Gross WACD Financial Statement Larry Davis WACD SECRETARY APPLICATION Forestry MOU WACD Contract with...

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2018 WACD Annual Meeting Registration...

Oct 3, 2018 by

The event we have all been waiting for has arrived – the 2018 WACD Annual Meeting! This year’s theme is “Embracing Change, Thriving through Partnerships”.  There will be discussion panels on successful partnerships between conservation districts and other entities – counties and cities, state agencies, tribes and NGOs, and public/private partnerships. The Aspen Group will be there to dive into board governance models, to help CD supervisors and staff work as effectively as possible in their partnership to put conservation work on the ground. And registration for new supervisors is free. 2018 WACD Annual Meeting Registration...

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September 2018 WACD Newsletter

Sep 5, 2018 by

Please enjoy our newest newsletter, with information on how to engage in statewide conservation efforts and summarizing activity from within the Association from the past month. Click here to view – September...

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September WACD Board Meeting

Sep 1, 2018 by

The next WACD Board of Directors meeting will be held at the SpringHill Suites in Kennewick on September 17th starting at 9:00 AM. Additional meeting materials will be posted as they become available. September Board Meeting Agenda and Materials WACD 2018 Dues Summary 2018 Proposed Amendments to WACD Bylaws Creating a successful...

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2018 WACD Awards Guidelines

Aug 17, 2018 by

It is that time of year again, when this year’s crop of achievements and successes needs harvesting in Washington’s conservation community. Every year, WACD recognizes special accomplishments by individuals in natural resource conservation at the WACD Annual Conference. Nominations can be made anyone. If you have questions, please contact either Awards Committee Chair Lynn Bahrych or Lori McLaughlin. More information and the nominations forms are available for download at this link (2018 WACD Awards). All entries must be submitted by October 1. If you are unfamiliar with the annual awards, there are the categories open for nomination. Eugene Schloz Outstanding Supervisor Award Wayne Reid “Young Tiger” Award – A supervisor or associate supervisor with six years or less who has made an extraordinary effort to assist their district to meet its goals in a...

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