"Conservation Districts across the nation share a single mission:
to coordinate assistance from all available sources - public and private, local, state, and federal - in an effort to develop locally-driven solutions to natural resource concerns."
- National Association of Conservation Districts
What is a Conservation District?
Numbering nearly 3000 strong, Conservation Districts are found in almost every county across the United States. We are non-regulatory entities established to provide landowners with technical and financial assistance with natural resource projects.
Follow the links to the right to learn more about the history of our district, meet our current board & staff members, and get to know our federal partner the Natural Resources Conservation Service.
Cascadia would like to welcome the cities of Wenatchee and Chelan into our District! We can now offer our programs to every resident in Chelan County!
Announcing a new brand identity for conservation districts in Washington State
We are pleased to announce a new statewide brand designed to help all 45 conservation districts in Washington amplify their role as a trusted network of local service providers.
The logo and slogan—your window to healthy lands—captures the unique, invaluable asset conservation districts offer through their community-based knowledge of natural resource issues. No matter what you see when you look out your window, whether Puget Sound or the Palouse Hills, that landscape is part of what makes Washington State your home. Your local conservation district can help you take care of it.
The symbol will not replace individual conservation district logos. It will be used by conservation districts and the Washington State Conservation Commission (the state agency that coordinates conservation districts and programs) to promote the entire network of districts to landowners, legislators, and local, state, federal, and tribal partners.