Adams Conservation District

Adams Conservation District works to preserve natural resources through the installation of conservation practices and enhanced education objectives through leading edge technology.

to provide technical, financial, and educational assistance to landowners/operators to conserve natural resources.

Enhancing the natural environment through farming standard improvements and public education objectives by:

  • Gaining respect, trust, and rapport with producers, landowners, and the public; forming partnerships with them to meet their needs as well as preserve and improve our environment
  • Better educating the public on resource concerns of ranchers and producers
  • Voluntary participation (have a waiting list) of the public in district programs (workshops and financial assistance programs)
  • Being known by the community as good in resourcing revenue to fund projects
  • Getting "dollars on the ground" by being financially sound
  • Meeting and/or exceeding goals

Becoming a pioneer district in the adoption of minimal disturbance CRP take out and cropping systems; managed grazing allowed on CRP; better management of CRP take-out during drought years.

  • Cutting wind erosion by 75%

Having a strong program of supporting pasture and range management resulting in rangelands in much better condition

  • Continuing a robust program of installation of cross fencing and solar wells
  • Replacing medusa head and skeleton weed in rangeland with good forage

Contact Adams Conservation District

Contact Adams Conservation District

Ann Swannack
District Conservationist
118 E Main Ave
Ritzville, Washington  99169-1338
Phone: (509) 659-1553
Fax: (509) 659-1553


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Adams County, Washington