Thurston Conservation District Board of Supervisors

  1. Board Supervisor election
  2. Board Supervisor appointment

 

Conservations districts in Washington are "legal subdivisions of state government that administer programs to conserve natural resources. Each District is self-governed by volunteer community stakeholders who establish priorities and set policy." They are established In Washington under RCW 89.08.

The stated mission of the Thurston Conservation District is "to conserve and sustain the beneficial use and protection of local natural resources through partnerships with the County’s rural, agricultural, and urban communities, as well as local, state, federal, and tribal agencies"

The Thurston Conservation District has completed balloting for selection of one member to its Board of Supervisors, and, we can thankfully report that Paul Pickett, who had been endorsed by the Environmental Voters of Thurston County, has been elected.

A second Conservation District Board of Supervisors position will be appointed in May by THE WASHINGTON STATE CONSERVATION COMMISSION to a three-year term

Those interested in appointment to this position must have completed and submitted an online application by March 31, 2018.