Cascadia Conservation District
Serving Chelan County

"A true conservationist is a man who knows that the world is not given by his fathers, but borrowed from his children."



How Can We Help?



Is your streambank eroding?  Are you ready to update your irrigation system?  Are you looking to enhance wildlife habitat on your property? 

Managing natural resources on your property and meeting regulatory requirements can be a daunting task, but the Cascadia Conservation District is here to help!  We have the expertise and experience to help you with your natural resource conservation and restoration projects. We may even be able to offer you financial assistance as well.  

Check out our printable Landowner Assistance Program Handout for additional information.


Cost Share program:


Project Spotlights:

  • Chumstick Restoration: Landowners work toward a healthy Chumstick

  • Cascadia CD was awarded funding from the WA Department of Ecology’s Husseman Account for a riparian restoration project on Colockum Creek. This project works to help a local landowner recover (restore his property) from the 80,000-acre wildfire and large-scale flood events last fall by: re-building pasture fence, improving water quality, removing invasive weed species, restoring wildlife habitat, and reducing erosion.

    If you have questions about our cost-share program, please contact
    Elizabeth Jackson at (509) 436-1601 or