About the district
Clallam Conservation District is a non-regulatory sub-division of state government created in 1959 to help land users conserve natural resources. We provide information and technical and financial assistance to help you achieve your land use objectives in an environmentally sustainable manner. Assistance is provided at no cost.
Our five-member voluntary Board of Supervisors holds public meetings at 3:00pm on the second Tuesday of each month at our office located in the Armory Square Building, 228 W. First St., Suite H in Port Angeles.
The majority of our funding comes in the form of state grants, mostly from the Washington Conservation Commission. We are constantly seeking grant funds from various sources, including the Washington Department of Ecology, Salmon Recovery Funding Board, and other sources for ongoing or special projects.
We want to hear from you! You can reach us by e-mail and phone at: