Asotin County Conservation District

To advocate, educate and assist people in responsible land management and agricultural practices that conserve and improve air, soil and water quality and fish and wildlife habitat for present and future generations.

The Asotin County Conservation District includes all of Asotin County excluding incorporated cities and towns. The Conservation District also serves the Grouse Flat area of Garfield County.

The District is governed by a Board of Supervisor, of whom three are elected by local farmers and two are appointed by the State Conservation Commission or Governor.

The primary function of the District is to assist landowners and others who participate in making land use decisions. This takes the form of encouraging proper use and treatment of renewable natural resources and making available the necessary technical and financial assistance.

The District also identifies resource conservation problems and opportunities for solving these problems.

As a result of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act of 1972, Section 208, the District developed a Program of Best Management Practices and a plan for the implementation of those practices.

Contact Asotin County Conservation District

Casey Scott
Resource Technician
720 Sixth Street
Suite B
Clarkston, Washington  99403-2012
Phone: (509) 758-8012
Fax: (509) 758-7533


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Asotin County, Washington
  • Garfield County, Washington

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