Lincoln County Conservation District

We are a non-regulatory organization that offers conservation resources water, soil, livestock, energy, and natural resource assistance to landowners in Lincoln County. Our website is your place to find resources, conservation tips, programs/cost share we offer, and other helpful topics. 

Assistance Programs
We provide incentive based program to residents, including the opportunity for cost share. Most of these projects benefit not only the environment but the landowner as well.

We provide and support educational conservation material to adults and children, ranging from elementary school classes to hands-on field days for residents.

Identify Concerns
We build a relationship with residents so we can determine conservation concerns in the area. When concerns are identified, we do our best to find economical, social, and environmental solutions that fit the needs of residents.

We not only promote beneficial conservation practices. Our staff is out in the field working to implement practices, such as planting trees and shrubs, aquifer rehydration, measuring stream flow, livestock water development, and grass waterways.

“To help citizens of Lincoln County protect, conserve, and enhance our natural resources.”

Download an educational brochure about sage-grouse and wildfire

Contact Lincoln County Conservation District

Contact Lincoln County Conservation District

Elsa Bowen
District Manager
1310 Morgan St.
PO Box 46
Davenport, Washington  99122-0046
Phone: (509) 725-4181 x 117
Fax: (509) 725-4515


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Lincoln County, Washington