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Free and welcome to all!  Join Friends of Clark County October 24th 5:30-7:30 COME JOIN US TO TALK ABOUT ISSUES IN YOUR LOCAL WATERSHED, WHAT IS BEING DONE, AND HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED. WE HAVE A RANGE OF SPEAKERS ADDRESSING RELATED BUT DIFFERENT ISSUES AFFECTING...

Friends of Clark County is seeking a part-time Community Organizer who will conduct community outreach for the purpose of building broader and more diverse community engagement in local implementation of growth management and related issues.  Two priority topics include preservation of local farmland and the...

Citizens of Clark County! This is the 24 hours that we have been waiting for! FOCC is growing the organization as we continue to promote responsible growth in Clark County that protects local farms, healthy forests, clean water, abundant fish and wildlife and creates safe,...

Thursday night is the deadline to send in comments on the freight rail issue; Good afternoon, We are writing to remind you that Clark County is seeking community feedback on an advisory committee proposal that would allow freight rail-dependent development adjacent to the Chelatchie Prairie Railroad. Due Date:...

Come to the Clark Council County meeting on Tuesday morning September 11, 2018 at 10 and tell them to vote to support the Conservation District. FOCC has gathered 1,035 signatures of people in support of the District that we have given to the Councilors for their review. Tell your Council...

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...