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Here is a note from an alert neighbor who lives near Moulton Falls, which is a spectacular area on the East Fork Lewis River, our "jewel of Clark County." " I have property near Moulton Falls Regional Park, Washington. It has just come to my attention...

We're still dealing with the freight rail dependent uses issue that, if approved, will change a large, rural area near Brush Prairie forever and destroy more than 600 acres of prime farmland. Here is the information on the next meeting, tomorrow night. We hope many...

It was the ecological disaster of the dust bowl - a decade long sever drought coupled with over tilling - that led to national passage of the Soil Conservation Act of 1935.  In 1934 over 100 million acres of top soil were lots in the...

Tell County Council to Support the Conservation District.   Following an outpouring of support at a public hearing held on Dec. 19th, the County Council determined that they need more information before deciding whether or not to support a modest $5/parcel/year fee to support the work of...

Clark County Council will hold a public hearing on March 13, 2018 at 10 a.m. in the Public Service Center, 1300 Franklin St.,  to consider a proposal to adopt a public participation plan, including a scope of work and formation of an advisory group and...

Here is a chance for Clark County residents to learn about how to participate in managing growth in their own neighborhoods. Friends of Clark County bases our efforts in working to ensure that local decision makers follow the directions of the Growth Management Act. Washington Conservation...

This week we've learned that FOCC will not be invited to the committee to craft the Development Regulations regarding the Freight Rail Dependent Uses.  This news comes after the Project Manager stated it would be helpful to have our organization at the table, however Councilor...