WCC is Hiring for the Conservation Crew
Must be *18-25 years old. Members earn a living allowance of $1,253 twice a month ($2,506/month, pre-tax) and an AmeriCorps Education Award of $1,718.25 after completing a 3-month term (450 hours). Educational loan forbearance, health insurance and a Member Assistance Program (MAP) are available. Successful applicants will be required to verify their vaccination record or seek a medical or religious exemption for the 22-23 service term. *Age restrictions do not apply to those with military service or with mental or sensory disabilities.
Position start date: June 12, 2023
Horses for Clean Water Workshop
Horses for Clean Water
Please join us on Monday, May 15th from 5:30 – 7:30 pm.
Join Alayne Blickle, the creator and director of Horses for Clean Water, to learn about managing mud and runoff on horse properties, pasture management, and water conservation.
The event will be held at ACCD’s office at 1397 Port Drive in Clarkston. Light refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP by May 12th!
Now taking tree & shrub orders!
Visit our Tree Sale page for more information and get an order form.
Home Ignition Zone Assessments
The district will be able to do “Firewise” type home assessments all year long. Research around home destruction vs. home survival in wildfires point to embers and small flames as the main way that most homes ignite in wildfires. There are procedures for homeowners to prepare their homes to withstand ember attacks and minimize the likelihood of flames or surface fire reaching the home or any attachments. ACCD will do home located in forested and rangeland/rural urban interface areas. There is no better time than NOW to prepare your home and property. Contact us if you’d like a free home assessment!