Cascadia Conservation District
Serving Chelan County

"Conservation is humanity caring for the future" -Nancy Newhall, Author & Photography Critic


The Cascadia Conservation District is a non-regulatory entity established to promote voluntary conservation of natural resources on private lands. Conservation Districts were originally established in response to the Dust Bowl ecological disaster of the 1930's as a mechanism for promoting soil conservation on agricultural lands. Over time, the breadth and scope of our projects has evolved with growing resource concerns and shifting priorities. Today we administer a wide variety of programs to address the diversity and interconnectedness of the resource concerns in our district. Follow the links to the right to learn a little more about the programs we currently offer.


Individual project information is available on Habitat Work Schedule.