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The Umpqua Soil & Water Conservation District was formed in 1953.

 
 

Employment Opportunities

 
 

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Equal Opportunity

 
 

The Umpqua Soil & Water Conservation District is an equal opportunity employer, providing services to the public without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital or family status.

 
 
 

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The Umpqua Soil & Water Conservation District is governed by a seven member Board of Directors elected in the general election that serve without pay to administer District activities.


Zone 1 - Tom Black, Secretary/Treasurer
Zone 2 - Allen Peterson
Zone 3 - King Phelps, Chair
Zone 4 - Rudy Zimmer
Zone 5 - Lincoln Russell
At-Large 1 - Deborah Yates
At-Large 2 - Bob Sharp, Vice Chair

 
 
   
   

Rhonda Black
District Manager/Conservation Technician

 
 
   
   

Our district's boundaries enclose over 600,000 acres of Northwestern Douglas County including the communities of Reedsport, Winchester Bay, Gardiner, Elkton, Kellogg, Ash Valley, Smith River, Scottsburg and Tahkenitch Lake.

Click  for a map of the District.

 
 
 
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Brochures

 
 

Umpqua Soil & Water Conservation District Brochure

 
 
 

Watershed Councils

 
 

  Partnership for the Umpqua Rivers

  Smith River Watershed Council

 
 
 

Master Plan

 
 

Available in print format from the district office.

 
 
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