Office of Farmland Preservation

The Office of Farmland Preservation (OFP) was established in 2007 to address the rapid loss of working farm and forest lands in Washington State.  Visit the OFP site to learn about conservation easements, economic incentives for landowners, and more.

Drought resources for landowners

Information to connect landowners to drought and water conservation assistance, including resources offered by conservation districts. Conservation districts offer services that can help you address water supply issues and wildfire risk…

Commission meetings

The Washington State Conservation Commission meets every two months. Our meetings rotate around the great state of Washington! If you wish to attend a meeting of the Conservation Commission, please contact us to confirm the meeting date, time, and location…

What are conservation districts?

Conservation Districts are non-regulatory, boots-on-the-ground providers of local natural resources expertise. Every one of Washington’s 39 counties is represented by at least one conservation district, and their staff stand ready to help…