Conservation District Work Plans
Whidbey Island Conservation District (WICD) is one of 45 conservation districts in Washington state and its work is guided by a board of supervisors, local and regional partners, and the public.
Every one of Washington's 39 counties is represented by at least one conservation district. 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.
How is the work that WICD does 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 Work Plan documents, which serve as guidance to staff in carrying out natural resource priorities.
To learn more, view the current fiscal year (annual) work plan and long range plan to the right (or if on mobile, below). An archive of previous annual and long range plans is also available in the tabs on this page.
Questions? Contact us at email@example.com or (360) 678-4708.
WICD's Fiscal Year 2022 Annual Plan
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CURRENT ANNUAL WORK PLAN
CURRENT 5-YEAR LONG RANGE PLAN
ANNUAL & LONG RANGE WORK PLAN Archive