Voluntary Stewardship Program
What is VSP?
The Spokane Conservation District is proud to announce the Voluntary Stewardship Program (VSP). It's an alternative approach to protect the viability of agriculture and balanced protection of critical areas in Spokane County.
We are recently formed a work group to develop the Spokane County VSP. The goal is to have a local, collaborative group of stakeholders that represent multiple industries. They will work to create a watershed-based, collaborative stewardship planning process that uses voluntary, incentive based practices.
More information about VSP can be found online from the Washington State Conservation Commission.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WATER RESOURCES DEPARTMENT!
The work plan for the Spokane County Voluntary Stewardship Program was formally approved by Mark Clark, Executive Director of the Conservation Commission on November 30th!
work group mtgs
Work Group Meetings
Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of every month from 6pm-8pm.
Meeting location is the Spokane Conservation District office, 210 N. Havana, Spokane, WA.
Click here to view prior meeting minutes and agendas.
Introducing the Spokane County Voluntary Stewardship Program
Work Group Members & Staff
The VSP formed a work group representing various stakeholder groups. It was approved by the Spokane County Board of County Commissioners. View the Work Group Members & Staff list.
- Charter and Ground Rules
- Spokane County VSP Appendices:
Need more information? Contact Walt Edelen at
firstname.lastname@example.org or Andy Dunau at email@example.com.