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Conservation Planning

Palouse Conservation District implements a variety of projects that help our community and our farmers. No issue is too small! Our assistance ranges from free technical information and consultations to partnering with landowners on larger conservation projects, such as reduced till agriculture, livestock management, or riparian restoration work. Click on our programs below to read more about how we can help you.

Click here to request assistance!

BACKYARD CONSERVATION

Sustainable gardening, pollinator habitat, and more! 

LIVESTOCK 
MANAGEMENT

Fencing, grazing rotations,

forage improvements, and nutrient management

CONSERVATION AGRICULTURE

Information on direct seed, cover crops, filter strips, buffers, and more!

HABITAT RESTORATION

Noxious weed removal and rebuilding natural habitat

RIPARIAN RESTORATION

Streambank stabilization, woody and vegetation buffers, and improving water quality

SALMON RECOVERY

Monitoring fish reproduction and numbers throughout Southern Washington's rivers

How the assistance process works

1. Request assistance on our website and a PCD Planner will contact you. 2. Your Planner will conduct a site visit on your property to determine your goals and priorities. 3. Your Planner will determine funding availability for your project. 4. Funding is granted! 5. Your Planner will complete field visits to assess practices. 6. Your Planner will create a custom conservation plan for your and your property. 7. You will review and revise your plan together to fit your needs and the needs of your property. 8. Implementation! 9. PCD will monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of our work together. 9. Are you interested in a new project? Get in touch!