FREE Workshop for Shoreline Property Owners!                         

Saturday, May 5, 2018, 9:30am-12:30pm at the Guy Cole Event Center (202 N. Blake Ave.) in Sequim.   Online registration at                                           For more information call 360-733-1725 or email                                                         

Workshop topics include:

  • Managing beach and bluff erosion.
  • Alternatives to hard shoreline armoring.
  • Enhancing beach access.
  • Native vegetation for slope stability and habitat.
  • Participants will learn also more more about free technical site visits and engineering services that may be available for qualified participants.


2018 Board of Supervisors Election & Appointment

Sequim area resident Scott Chitwood was elected to the Clallam Conservation District board of supervisors in the March 13 election. Chitwood will take office after the election results are certified by the Washington State Conservation Commission at their May meeting.                                                                                              Sequim dairy farmer and current conservation district vice-chair Ben Smith was the only applicant to file for his expiring position as one of two appointed supervisors, thus will continue in his seat.

New Guide for Rainwater Harvesting

See our new guide to Rainwater Harvesting to learn the basics on how to collect and store roof runoff for use as stock water and irrigation.

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Clallam Conservation District Renewable Resources Program Update

Our updated long-range plan for renewable resources conservation was approved on February 13. See our District Business page. Our annual plan for 2018 can be found there, too.

Did you miss the Planting Native Species for Pollinators Workshop?  Click the links below to view presentations from the event!
Stop Weeds, Plant for Pollinators!  Cathy Lucero, Clallam County Noxious Weeds
Bring Back the Pollinators, Eric Lee-Mader, Northwest Meadowscapes

January 2018 PIC Newsletter!                                                                  Clallam County Environmental Health just released a Pollution Identification & Correction (PIC) newsletter containing project updates, maps and water quality sampling results.  Click here to read the newsletter!