To Conserve Lincoln County's Natural Resources
The New Year is quickly approaching and we wanted to share some of our work from 2020 as we welcome 2021.
Even though the doors have been closed at the District due to Covid-19 protocol we have still been busy in 2020 - a year of learning new ways to get things done! The presentation below will take you to a video of what 2020 has looked like for us in Lincoln County -
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A mail-in election for a board seat on the Lincoln County Conservation District will be held on February 10, 2021.
Ballots are available upon request for eligible voters. Eligible voters are registered voters who reside within the boundaries of the District. The last day and time that voters can request ballots from the District is January 20, 2021.
If a voter is returning a ballot by mail, the voter must account for the time it will take for the ballot to be returned to the district by mail. Ballots returned by mail must be postmarked no later than Election Day, February 10, 2021. Ballots returned by other means must be returned to 1310 Morgan St. no later than 3:00 PM on Election Day, February 10, 2021. Office hours at the district are by appointment only, Monday-Friday 7:00 AM-3:00 PM.
Ballots can be requested from Val Vissia at the Lincoln County Conservation District, 1310 Morgan St., 509-725-4181 ext.100.
A board seat on the Lincoln County Conservation District is available for appointment by the Washington State ConservationCommission. Conservation District board supervisors are public officials who serve without compensation and set policy and direction for the conservation district. An applicant must be a registered voter in Washington State and may be required to own land or operate a farm. Applicants for appointed positions do not have to live within the district to apply.
For more information, please contact the Lincoln County Conservation District (509) 725-4181 ext.100 or visit the Conservation Commission website at http://www.scc.wa.gov/elections-and-appointments. Applications and supporting materials must be received by the Conservation Commission no later than March 31, 2021.
January 13th- 8:30 AM
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Our goal is to assist producers in renting direct seed equipment or by custom seeding. Sharing the cost of trying this conservation practice can help you get over the financial barrier to implement this practice.
The LCCD's most recent project is the renovation of the Davenport Community Garden. The new garden will not only be ADA compliant, it will also serve as a demonstration site for water conservation practices, xeriscaping, and native plant demonstrations, as well as an inviting place for the Community of Davenport.
December 10th - 8:30 AM
Come meet our team and board!
Find out what the district has been up to these last few months.
This meeting is free and
open to the public.