Cascadia Conservation District
Serving Chelan County


The Cascadia Conservation District is a non-regulatory organization, funded by grants and a system of rates & charges, dedicated to encouraging the wise stewardship of all natural resources in Chelan County.

Our board and staff members work cooperatively with local landowners and communities to provide technical and financial assistance for soil, water, forest, fish, and wildlife conservation efforts. We currently serve all of Chelan County.

Explore our website to learn more about what programs we are involved in and how we are working with local landowners, agencies, non-profits and other stakeholders to develop and implement conservation projects in Chelan County that benefit both people and the environment.


News Flash! 



Due to the increasing risk of exposure to the novel coronavirus and the associated respiratory illness COVID-19 in Washington State, Cascadia Conservation District is taking the following steps to reduce exposure to the virus until Governor Inslee's "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" order is lifted.

  •  Our office building is closed to the public, but you may still reach us by phone at 509-436-1601
  • Staff are working remotely to reduce their exposure. Phone or email will be the best way to reach them.

  • Cascadia will not hold public gatherings until guidance from the State of Washington changes.


Questions may be directed to Ryan Williams, Executive Director at







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.

Cascadia Conservation District in Chelan County

The Cascadia Conservation District produces the seasonal Conservation Quarterly newsletter that highlights current projects, upcoming events and conservation issues relevant to our region.

Cascadia Conservation District in Chelan County

"Water is the most critical resource issue of our lifetime and our children's lifetime. The health of our waters is the principal measure of how we live on the land."
- Luna Leopold

Cascadia Conservation District in Chelan County

Your unique experience and talents can be put to good use through volunteer opportunities, while providing you with the opportunity to give back to your local community and do your part for the environment.