Clallam commissioners seek volunteers for Conservation Futures Advisory Board

PORT ANGELES — The Board of Clallam County Commissioners is seeking applicants to fill five volunteer positions on the county’s Conservation Futures Advisory Board.

According to a press release, applicants should have “expertise and experience in the areas of farming and agriculture, family forestry or natural resource conservation.”

There is one position for each of the county commissioner districts and two at-large positions.

To apply, call 360-417-2233, download forms from tinyurl.com/PDN-Clallam-Boards or visit the county commissioners’ offices in the courthouse at 223 E. Fourth St., Suite 4.

Completed applications must be received by the close of business Friday, Jan. 22.

The board will advise the commissioners on projects to consider funding with the Conservation Futures Fund approved by the commissioners in November 2019.

The ordinance, chapter 5.45 of the county code, that established this board can be read at clallam.net.

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