Skip to main content

Partnerships, financial aid helping Clark Conservation District stay afloat, June 3, 2019

Earlier this year, Julie and John Zanzi left Vancouver for a new house nestled in rolling pastures of old farmland in rapidly growing Ridgefield. Their new 1-acre home overlooks a field of grass left over from the previous farm that’s separated from Gee Creek by a blackberry patch.

Wanting to live in harmony with their new surroundings, they enrolled in a six-week class offered by the Clark Conservation District on watershed stewardship that included speakers on plants, fish, wildlife, and ground and surface water, as well as regulations.

Read more on the impact on Clark Conservation District after being rejected for local county funding by following the link below.

Source: Partnerships, financial aid helping Clark Conservation District stay afloat | The Columbian