Conservation District Accomplishments & Reports
Every one of Washington's 39 counties is represented by at least one of Washington's 45 conservation districts. WICD staff serve the residents of Whidbey Island in a voluntary, non-regulatory capacity by providing conservation planning assistance and education for residents of farms, forestland, habitat stewardship, water resource management, wildfire preparedness, and more. We also work on numerous projects in addition to our regular service offerings as grant funding and staff capacity allows, aligned with our work plan priorities as outlined by the public and board supervisors who govern us.
How is WICD's work determined?
Each year through its Annual Plan of Work and every five years through its Long Range Plan of Work, the WICD board of supervisors seek feedback from partners and the public and develop a work plan document, which serves as guidebook for WICD staff in carrying out natural resource priorities on Whidbey Island.
How does WICD share its accomplishments?
Along with grant-specific reporting, and fulfillment of our role as a special purpose district per RCW 89.08, the WICD provides two engaging accomplishments reports each year that the public is encouraged to view. Learn more about them below.
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Fiscal Year Report of Accomplishments
Fiscal Year Report of Accomplishments: This all-encompassing yearly report is the most thorough analysis of the District's accomplishments within a given fiscal year, outlined by narrative and quantifiable metrics for each of its program areas, and a budget expense and revenue summary. This is included along with an annual presentation to the Island County Commissioners delivered by the WICD District Manager in partnership with Snohomish Conservation District, who serves the residents of Camano Island.
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Click here for our Archive Report of Accomplishments that span nearly 10 years of the most recent District services, from FY2011 - FY2019.
WSCC ANNUAL HIGHLIGHTS
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WSCC Annual Highlight Report: This one-page report is included in the Washington State Conservation Commission's Annual Report along with highlights provided by all of the other CDs in the state. It emphasizes a key program or success of note and talks in more detail about it.
We should have the most recent fiscal year report available sometime in fall of 2021 when it is released by the Washington State Conservation Commission.
Archives WSCC Annual Reports
To view an archive of past annual reports, click here.
Fiscal Year '20 & Fiscal Year '21
Learn more about how the staff team at WICD delivered services to the public through its planning, outreach, education, and cost-share programs for Fiscal Year 2020 (July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020), as well as for its Fiscal Year 2021 (July 1, 2020 - June 30, 2021). Because the WICD is a subdivision of state government, our fiscal year starts in July.
Highlights from the past 2 fiscal years - Despite a worldwide pandemic and several major staff transitions, WICD saw a significant increase in demand for its services and was able to provide assistance to almost double the number of clients helped in previous fiscal years. Click on the icons below to learn more about each year's successes.