Resolutions are the primary tool by which the Washington Association of Conservation Districts establishes policies, positions, and actions on behalf of its membership. Resolutions are written by individual districts on topics with regional, state, or national significance for discussion at their region’s Area Meeting in October. Resolutions then are reviewed by a WACD committee before being considered by the full Association at the Annual Meeting.
After adoption, resolutions with national significance are communicated to the National Association of Conservation Districts and advocated for by WACD’s National Director in national discussions. Resolutions with state impacts are shared with the appropriate partners and become Association priorities. All WACD resolutions remain active policy for five years.
Visit the WACD HUB Resolution Webpage for information on current resolutions and additional resources.