News & Highlights

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Support local funding for Thurston Conservation District!

Our proposed system of rates and charges public funding is the linchpin for Thurston CD to deliver conservation services at a county-wide scale, and we need your support to see that continue! Learn about rates and charges and how to make your voice heard.

Our 2023 Annual Report is live! Check out this progress report on our Strategic Plan to see exciting highlights from 2023, budget details, and an update on our Conservation & Education Center Search.

Read the full report and find all our previous annual reports here.

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 Programs & Services


Office Hours & Public Access
Thurston Conservation District office is open to the public between the hours of 8 am and 4:30 pm, Monday – Friday.
Many TCD staff work remotely. Email/voicemail at our mobile numbers is the best way to reach staff. Please contact staff before visiting our office to ensure that the right person is available to serve you.

Public Events & Meetings

  • Workshops, tours, and other educational programs take place both virtually and in-person in a variety of settings. When possible, a virtual participation option will be given.
  • Board meetings will be held in a hybrid format. Attendance can be either virtual or in-person at our offices. Find meeting information here.

Questions? Contact our Executive Director, Sarah Moorehead – or 360-754-3588

Thurston Conservation District serves community members who reside on the Indigenous Lands of the Nisqually, Squaxin, and Chehalis Peoples. We give thanks for their Indigenous knowledge and leadership in our shared work of stewarding this place for present and future generations.

TCD staff at the 2022 spring plant festival

Interested in learning more about TCD’s programs and services?

Contact us!