By , 10 November, 2008, No Comment

The District meets the third Tuesday of each month at 5:00 pm (except February when it follows their annual meeting) at the district office in the USDA Service Center in Goldendale. The public is welcome to attend.

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The CKCD is a proud member of the Washington Association of Conservation Districts.

Spring 2014 Newsletter

By , 23 April, 2014, No Comment

Local Work Group Meets April 30

By , 23 April, 2014, No Comment

Two Videos from Washington Conservation Districts Selected to Screen at Pacific Northwest Film Event

By , 22 April, 2014, No Comment

Two videos submitted by conservation districts in Washington State will screen at “Stories of Our Watersheds”—a film event hosted by River Restoration Northwest. The event takes place on May 7, 2014 at the Hollywood Theater in Portland, Oregon.

A video from Asotin County Conservation District highlights examples of “best management practices” for land use that balance the goals of natural resource conservation with goals of agriculture. In candid interviews, local farmers and livestock owners describe how the conservation district helped them implement practices that improve water quality, protect steelhead, and conserve resources for future generations while still allowing for viable agricultural production.

The second video, submitted by Spokane Conservation District and Palouse-Rock Lake Conservation District, features large tract farmers in eastern Washington discussing the value of sustainable farming practices that protect topsoil. Farmers describe the experience of watching the health of their soil improve when they transitioned from conventional tillage practices to direct seed and no-till equipment that eliminates erosion and nutrient runoff.


Regular Meeting Schedule Changed

By , 18 April, 2014, No Comment

Effective immediately, the Central Klickitat Conservation District Board of Supervisors will meet the third TUESDAY of every month, at 5:00 PM at the district office.

NRCD Guide to the New Farm Bill

By , 17 April, 2014, No Comment

Winter 2014 Newsletter

By , 3 February, 2014, No Comment

Click this link to view a pdf version of the Klickitat Conservation Newsletter Winter 2014 edition.

Winter 2014 newsletter

CKCD Success Story

By , 24 January, 2014, No Comment

CKCD Success Story

Board Says Goodbye, Appoints Replacement

By , 10 January, 2014, No Comment

The Board of Supervisors bids farewell to  retiring 3-term member, board auditor, plant sale volunteer, and 2013 Supervisor of the Year for the South Central Area, Vic Blandine.   It has been a pleasure and an honor to work with Vic, and we greatly appreciate  his years of enthusiastic service.

We are pleased now to welcome his board-appointed replacement, Tom Tasto.  Tom is retired from the Natural Resources Conservation Service in Goldendale, and is well-versed in local resource issues and practices.   He will serve the remainder of Vic’s term, which will be open for election in February, 2015.   Thank you, Tom, for your willingness to serve.  We look forward to working with you to protect and promote the wise use of natural resources in Central Klickitat Conservation District.



CKCD Board Member Named Supervisor of the Year

By , 30 October, 2013, No Comment

CKCD board of supervisors member Vic Blandine was recently named 2013 Supervisor of the Year by the South Central Area of the Washington Association of Conservation Districts.  During three elected terms on the board, Vic has served as  board auditor and staff liaison, as well as volunteering for several special committees.  His faithful and energetic service has been a tremendous asset to the district, and it has been an honor and a pleasure to work with him.