A Conservation District is governed by a Board of five Supervisors, three of whom are elected and two of whom are appointed by the Washington State Conservation Commission. Conservation District Supervisors are public officials who serve without compensation and set policy and direction for the Conservation District. Elected Supervisors must be registered voters residing in the Conservation District. Appointed Supervisors must be registered voters in the State of Washington, and do not have to reside within the Conservation District boundary. A Supervisor may be required to own land or operate a farm, depending on the current composition of the Conservation District Board of Supervisors. The Jefferson County Conservation District Board of Supervisors are:
Al Latham, Board Chair
Julie Boggs, Board Vice-Chair
Elijah Christian, Board Auditor
Laurie Hannan, Board Member
Note: There is currently one vacant elected Supervisor position. Visit our Elections page to learn more.