Don't go it alone. We're here to help.

Wildfire is a natural part of our environment, but that doesn't make it any easier when it's your property that has burned. You need to be prepared for new risks in the post-fire environment, understand what recovery treatments work best for your site conditions, and find other programs in our community that could help you recover after the fire.

Currently, Okanogan CD does not have funding to conduct post-fire site visits; however, please

"My favorite thing about the conservation district is the leadership that has been demonstrated in times that have been the most challenging for the community"

contact us to discuss your concerns. Email us at fireintake@okanogancd.org or call us at our mainline, (509) 422-0855. You can also request assistance by filling out the forms below and we will contact you if funding becomes available.

If you are an agricultural producer, please fill out form 1 and form 2. If you are residential, fill out form 1.


We highly recommend the After the Fire Washington website for post-fire resources and information.

Please scroll down for additional resources regarding flooding, seeding, and fireline rehabilitation.

Form 1:

Form 2:

Previous Fires

Carlton Complex Soil Burn Severity Map

Carlton Complex Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) Report

2015 Fires (Okanogan Complex, Tunk Block, North Star) BAER Report