Olympic Peninsula Conservation Programs

Cost Sharing Program

Program level:


Land use:

Agriculture, Forest


Clallam Conservation District

Benefits provided: 


Water-focused program: 


Financial assistance to implement conservation practices that benefit water quality and wildlife habitat



Eligible cost-share practices must protect or improve water quality and/or wildlife habitat, and the public benefits from the practice must significantly outweigh private gains. Practices that directly improve or protect water quality, such as stream fencing, crossings and alternative stock watering systems are eligible for up to 75% assistance. Practices that indirectly benefit water quality, like waste storage structures and heavy use area protection are eligible for up to 50% cost-share assistance.


Each cost-share applicant must work with the District to develop a farm conservation plan.

Financial benefit: 

50-75% cost-share of project.

Contact information

Contact person: 



Clallam Conservation District

Phone number: 



Information last updated on November 1, 2021.

Planning Importance

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