Conservation District Resources

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Here you’ll find resources to assist you with district operations and SCC grant program procedures. Use the menu on the left to explore topics and associated resources.

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Conservation District News

Annual Plant Needs Form and Q&A Session for Riparian Plant Propagation Program

The Annual Plant Needs Form is designed for conservation districts and other restoration groups, to provide input on your anticipated native tree and shrub needs for riparian restoration projects starting in the fall of 2026. Join SCC for a plant needs Q&A session on Monday, May 13th at 10:00 am.

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Coordinated Resource Management (CRM) Updated inventory list RFA

The Washington State Coordinated Resource Management (CRM) Task Group is looking for a Conservation District that is interested in and has the capacity between late April/early May and June 30, 2024, to update a 2013 inventory list of current, past, and potential new CRMs in Washington. This project involves some detective work to find past CRM members and requires communication skills with which to glean information about past CRMs. CRMs on this list include “traditional” CRMs, Coordinated Weed Management Areas (CWMAs), and locally-led CRM-like collaborations.

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CCA Pre-application Notifications

Moving forward, for any SCC grant program that is funded by the Climate Commitment Act, the statute (RCW 70A.65.305) requires that applicants notify, “all affected federally recognized Tribes within the project area,” about their proposed project as early as possible prior to approval of funding.

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Unprecedented $1.5 Billion Available for Partner-Driven Conservation Solutions

USDA is making an unprecedented $1.5 billion available for partner-driven conservation and climate solutions through the Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP). Additionally, NRCS is announcing progress on its effort to streamline and simplify RCPP and improve processes and implementation. 

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Conservation Program Funding

Our grant programs are designed to engage people to help keep our natural resources and working lands healthy for all. Services are often delivered by conservation districts.

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