Fall Workshop Registrations are OPEN! Space is limited!
Wildfire Threats Loom Large Again
Be Firewise by taking these precautions to minimize your wildfire damage risk.
Drought can cause water stress in trees, increasing vulnerability to attacks by insects and disease. This WSU Extension article in the Washington State Urban Forestry Tree Link News provides excellent explanations and tips.
2018 Board of Supervisors Election & Appointment
Sequim area resident Scott Chitwood was elected to the Clallam Conservation District board of supervisors in the 2018 election. Sequim dairy farmer and current conservation district vice-chair Ben Smith was re-appointed by the State Conservation Commission as one of two appointed supervisors.
Don Hatler retired in May 2018 after serving 12 years as District Treasurer. We thank Don for all his support and guidance over the past 12 years!
July 2018 PIC Newsletter!
Clallam County Environmental Health released a July 2018 Pollution Identification & Correction (PIC) newsletter containing project updates, maps and water quality sampling results. Click here to read the newsletter!