Thurston Conservation District
2022 Election Information

A mail-in election for a board seat (Position 2) at the Thurston Conservation District will be held on March 15, 2022.

Become a Candidate Today!

Thurston Conservation District is pleased to announce a unique opportunity to contribute to conservation and your community by serving on the Board of Supervisors. Become a candidate for our March 15, 2022 mail-in election. Share your personal and professional experience for the betterment of our community! Qualified candidates are registered voters residing in the Conservation District, which covers most of Thurston County.

Supervisors are public officials and are responsible for setting and maintaining overall district policies regarding the management and conservation of natural resources within the District. The successful candidate will become part of a volunteer five-person Board of Supervisors who each serve without compensation for three year terms.

Candidates must fill out and return paperwork by January 21, 2022 at 4:30pm.

Mandatory paperwork and candidate statement/photo materials may be returned to the Election Supervisor in one of three ways:

  • Mailed to: ‘Thurston Conservation District, C/O Nora Carman-White 2918 Ferguson St SW, Suite A, Tumwater, WA  98512’
  • Dropped off between 10am and 4:30pm, M-F, at the District Offices
  • A scanned copy emailed to nwhite@thurstoncd.com.

Candidate Paperwork & Resources:

If you are unable to print or access required paperwork, please contact the Election Supervisor, Nora Carman-White, at nwhite@thurstoncd.com or 360-999-3727 to arrange alterative accommodations.

Additional information about Conservation District elections may be found on the WA State Conservation Commission’s website.


Have questions about our election process?
Check out our FAQ page.

 Thurston Conservation District Boundaries Map


Questions about elections and appointments?

Nora Carman-White
Communications & Education Manager
Election Supervisor
nwhite@thurstoncd.com
360-999-3727

You can also use our contact form.

Have questions about our election process?
Check out our FAQ page.