Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Jefferson County Conservation District office is open to the public by appointment only. You may contact the District by phone at 360-385-4105,  by mail at 205C W Patison Street in Port Hadlock, Washington, 98339, or by emailing the District at

Plant Sale is OPEN!!! Order your native plants today for pick-up on February 26th. All orders are online this year. Ordering closes on January 28th, 2022. No plants will be available for purchase on pick-up day. Order early to ensure the best selection. Please use the link below to visit our online store and place your order.

Long-Range Plan Update

As stated in statute (see RCW 89.08.220), conservation districts in Washington are required “to prepare and keep current a comprehensive long-range program recommending the conservation of all renewable natural resources of the district.” Your input and feedback are critical to truly meet the needs of our community. Click here to access the draft update to our plan for 2022-2027.

The first couple of pages include our mission, vision, and values, and lay out the basics of how conservation districts fulfill our non-regulatory role in environmental protection and improvement. The bulk of the plan includes our specific natural resource conservation goals, desired outcomes, and priority actions. Please let us know if you think something is missing in terms of goals and outcomes. Is there a resource area we’re neglecting?

Please provide your comments by emailing us at We will be accepting comments through January 21, 2022. We appreciate your input, as we’re all in this together.

Celebrating 75 years of conservation in our community!

We invite you to read our 2021-22 Winter Newsletter to take a look back on our history, and a peak ahead at our upcoming native plant sale, virtual native landscaping workshop, and 2022 district supervisor election. Note: The link will take you to a PDF where you can access the links throughout the newsletter. 

Thank you for working with us to conserve our natural resources for the benefit of all current and future residents of this special place we call home. We wish you and your family all the best for a happy and healthy holiday season!

2022 Election News

Please click here for complete election information. Please click here for quick links to the Candidate Application and Ballot Request Forms.
Take a journey through the unusual world that exists beneath a streambed, called the hyporheic zone. This beautiful and unseen world of microscopic flora and fauna is vital to the health of rivers around the world. Find out why in this production from Leaping Frog Films.

NRCS is accepting applications for conservation programs for 2022. Please click the following link to learn more.

Discovery Bay Watershed, Water Quality and Fishes

Discovery Bay Comprehensive Report 2020

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



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.

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CALL: 360.385.4105


Our office is currently open by appointment only.

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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