On-the-Ground Conservation since 1948
Pacific Conservation District helps local landowners manage their land to maximize productivity while conserving our natural resources
|PCD Board of Supervisors Regular Meeting||November 1st|
|VSP Workgroup Meeting||November 1st|
|5 Year Long Range Plan Meeting – Tokeland (Tradewinds Hotel)||November 2nd @ 5pm|
|5 Year Long Range Plan Meeting – Long Beach (South County Admin Building)||November 8th @ 5 pm|
|PCMRC Regular Meeting||November 9th|
|Conservation District Radio Appearance (94.7)||November 17th|
Pacific Conservation District
Board of Supervisors
Meetings are the 1st Wednesday of every month 5:00-7:00 PM
The Pacific Conservation District is self-governed by a volunteer Board of Supervisors who oversee our work.
All board members serve three-year terms, are required to be a registered voter, and must own or occupy land within the district boundary. A conservation district supervisor is a public official who serves without compensation and who sets policy and direction for the conservation district.
Board members meet monthly, attend trainings, and participate in statewide functions. Meetings are open for the public to attend at our district office or via Zoom.
board of supervisors:
– Chair: Al Lougheed
– Vice Chair: Brian Sheldon
– Member: Chase Metzger
– Member: Jim Rose
– Member: Jim Olsen