NEWS & UPDATES

May 17, 2018

Okanogan Conservation District along with other natural resource and agricultural agencies are accepting reports of flood-related losses and issues. While no funding is currently available to assist landowners with flood recovery, gathering detailed reports of losses to agricultural infrastructure and natural resources, and problems caused by flooding such as erosion, will help us to make a case to governing bodies that assistance is needed. 

Please click here for the general intake form.

If you are a commercial agricultural producer (you make income from farm products), please fill out the ag producer addendum.

You may scan and email the form to rachel@okanogancd.org or mail it to:

Okanogan Conservation District

1251 2nd Ave. S., Room 102

Okanogan, WA  98840

Questions? Call 509-422-0855.

May 10, 2018

This AmeriCorps position will assist teachers who want to bring high quality STEM experiences to their students by participating in our K12 programs. Okanogan County is a very large and rural county with underserved students and limited resources to support K12 teachers. The Okanogan Conservation District is one of the only organizations working with area teachers to enhance their science curricula through hands-on learning and field experiences. Most of Okanogan CD’s education programming is related to water quality. All our programming supports Next Generation Science Standards and is tailored to teachers’ curricula. This project also includes planting and maintenance of riparian buffers. AmeriCorps member will experience field service with conservation planners and Education Specialist...

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