In order to best serve all 45 conservation districts in Washington, the Conservation Commission has “Regional Managers” assigned to different geographic regions across the state. Regional Managers work one-on-one with conservation districts in their area. Their in-depth knowledge of both local and state issues helps Regional Managers perform several duties assigned to the Conservation Commission by the Legislature in RCW 89.08, including assisting conservation districts with:
Conservation program planning, implementation, and monitoring
District operations, such as accounting/auditing procedures, elections procedures, and board member orientations.
Project management (annual and long-range work plans)
Coordination of district projects/programs with other local, state, federal, and tribal partners.
Regional Manager Map
Click on a region to view contact information and areas of expertise for each regional manager.
For more information about Regional Managers, please contact Ray Ledgerwood, 208-301-4728.