Meaningful Incentives to Sustain Small Forest Lands
We regularly hold events in person and online which bring together members of the collaborative at the sub-region or region-wide level to discuss current projects.
Save the date for a breakfast discussion near you.
Longview (Lower Columbia College): October 17
Shelton (Mason County PUD): October 18
South Bend (Willapa Harbor Community Center): October 19
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A unique partnership between conservation districts and state and federal agencies has been formed to bring financial and technical assistance to help retain working family forest lands in SW Washington.
This program, called the Southwest Washington Small Forest Lands Conservation Partnership, is a collaborative effort between Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW), Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Washington State Conservation Commission (SCC), Washington State University Extension (WSU), and eight southwest Washington conservation districts to work with landowners on forest stewardship. The partnership will provide up to $4.09 million in technical and financial assistance, including $1.3 million of NRCS funding through the RCPP and $2.79 million of non-federal funding from SCC,
Cascades to Coast Landscape Collaborative
Postponed: Open House meeting
We are postponing the planned November 19th Open House meeting until early 2020 due to some schedule conflicts. We are holding a smaller all-day meeting in it's place. If you are interested in attending, please contact email@example.com
Join us as we discuss the progress made in 2022 and plan our strategies for 2023!
Draft agenda forthcoming!
Participants at the Chehalis workshop field trip.
Photo credit: John Mankowski.