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Voluntary Stewardship Program

Share Your Story

Help us improve our VSP program by sharing stewardship practices you've completed on your land. Learning what work has been done on land in Lincoln County helps us track how the land has changed over the years and better informs us in deciding which future projects could benefit our critical areas. 

The goal of VSP is to bring together promote agriculture. We need your participation to better see the whole picture of Lincoln County's critical areas and determine which future projects could benefit the land. 

Thank you for sharing your stewardship with us! 


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             Land Owner Information            

You may qualify for Cost Share

Voluntary participation in VSP will help allocate resources, provide technical assistance and avoid additional regulation.

You May Qualify For Cost Share


  • Use the search bar in the top left corner of the map to easily type in your address to view any critical areas on your property.

  • Along the sidebar there is a legend, as well as a button you can use to turn different features on/off to get the best possible view of critical areas on your property.

  • Hover your mouse over the different symbols below the search bar at the top of the map. There are more tools that can be used to change the map view to satellite imagery, measure a distance, or print a section of the map. 

Contact Lincoln County Conservation for more information and to sign-up. (509) 725-4181 x119

Examples of Stewardship Practices

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Stock Watering Facilities

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Grass Waterway

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The Voluntary Stewardship Program is a unique opportunity to directly impact planning and

regulation for watershed quality and agriculture in Lincoln County. 

Lincoln County Regions & Agricultural Activities: Lincoln_GeoRegions_AgSummary_Table

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