Due to COVID-19 risks, the Jefferson County Conservation District office remains closed to the public. You may contact the District by phone at 360-385-4105, by mail at 205 W Patison Street in Port Hadlock, Washington, 98339, or by email.
District staff continue to telework during this time to continue the District’s customary functions within the national and state guidelines relating to COVID-19. If you need to contact District staff, you may do so by emailing them directly at the addresses below, or by emailing the District Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Glenn Gately, Fisheries Biologist/Water Quality Specialist – email@example.com
Sharon Yeh, Conservation Planner – firstname.lastname@example.org
Tracy Kier, Office Manager/Financial Specialist – email@example.com
Webinar: Pollinator Conservation in Agricultural Landscapes
We are excited to offer a webinar on local pollinator conservation in partnership with the Xerces Society and Kitsap Conservation District!
Friday, November 13, 2020 from 2:00pm – 3:30pm
Any questions? Contact Sharon Yeh at firstname.lastname@example.org
CANCELLED: 2020-2021 Annual Native Plant Sale
JEFFERSON COUNTY CONSERVATION DISTRICT
OPEN DISTRICT MANAGER POSITION
Jefferson County Conservation District is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic individual with exceptional organizational and communication skills, an understanding of agriculture, and an interest in natural resource conservation to fill their position of District Manager. The District Manager is responsible for overall management of staff and implementation of all District programs. Half to full-time, benefits. For more information, including a description of the application procedure, visit the About Us/Employment page on the District’s website. Questions? Email us at email@example.com or call at 360-385-4105. This position will remain open until filled.
Discovery Bay Watershed, Water Quality and Fishes
Glenn Gately, Fish Biologist and Water Quality Specialist, has authored a detailed and comprehensive review of water quality and fish data collected in the Discovery Bay Watershed from 1988 to 2019. This report also includes the best managements practices that were implemented during this time period. If you have any questions regarding the report, please e-mail Glenn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We help all Jefferson County citizens achieve sustainable land use objectives while protecting and enhancing the area’s natural resources. Rather than enforcing compliance or imposing penalties, we offer information and technical assistance at the request and in collaboration with local landowners. Our staff spends time in the field bringing problem-solving skills to landowners and in classrooms or at public events educating and fostering natural resource stewardship in the community.
Connect with us:
Monday – Thursday
205 W. Patison Street, Port Hadlock, WA 98339
As we are often in the field, call ahead to ensure we are here to greet you!
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