Public Records Request

Public Information Request Policy

The Conservation District and NRCS shall work cooperatively to determine if the request for information regards local or federal information. The requester will be directed to complete appropriate paperwork (federal, state or both) to request the information.

District staff will assist the requester with the completion of the district’s “Request for Public Record” form. This will help ensure that the request is fully understood by both parties.

If the information requested directly involves a cooperator(s) of the district, upon receipt of the request the district will contact said cooperator(s) and inform them as to the request. The district will document cooperator(s) position on request. (Landowners have rights and have the ability to block release of their documents through the court system)

District staff will research current RCW’s to make sure that the request does not include protected documents or documents exempted by RCW.

District staff will inform requester of the status of their request within five (5) business days.

District staff will remove or obscure protected information from documents prior to release.

Request for Public Record Forms: 

 

 

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Knotweed Problems?

Knotweed brochure:

Knotweed is an invasive plant species to Washington State, without prompt action, knotweed destroys native habitat, takes over entire riverbanks, and damages recreational quality of NW rivers.

Currently the Conservation District is working with Noxious Weed (Cowlitz or Wahkiakum County Noxious Weed Department) to manage the issue in each county. Please contact Michelle Graham or Tirzah Gross for more information on the program.

Concerned about the bees? Worried about herbicide VS bees? or learn more by visiting Oregon State  University’s Master Beekeeper site

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Annual native tree and shrub sale

March 2019 @ Bob’s Sporting Goods – Longview WA

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Check back with us from time to time to learn what we’ve been doing to benefit natural resources and you. Or simply subscribe to our news to automatically receive the latest information by email!

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