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Water resources

Saving our salmon and steelhead
What does it mean to our community and what can you do to help? Presentations on a wide range of fish recovery topics are available. These can be custom-tailored to your group's interests and time allotments.

Call Joel Rupley, ESA Program, (360) 397-2022.


Water, water everywhere and . . .
What the county is doing to protect our lakes, streams, and rivers.

Are you polluting the well?
Information on Business Partners for Clean Water. Join other businesses in protecting our drinking water.

Overdosing your yard
Tips for you and your neighbors on safe chemical use.

Animal wastes: Asset or detriment?
Protecting groundwater from animal waste. Arrange a workshop for your neighborhood.

Become a partner in protecting our environment
How to keep chemicals, household waste, and polluted water from entering our streams, rivers, and lakes.

Help for Lacamas Lake
Information about ongoing programs for preserving the Lacamas Watershed.

Maintaining water quality facilities
Protecting our drinking water and streams.

Call Cindy Stienbarger, Public Works/Water Resources, (360) 397-6118 ext. 4584.

Public Information and Outreach
Director: Mary Keltz

Street address: 1300 Franklin Street, Floor 6, Vancouver, WA 98660
Mailing address: P.O. Box 5000, Vancouver, WA 98666-5000
Main phone: (360) 397-6012 | FAX: (360) 397-6015
Responsible elected official: Board of Clark County Commissioners

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