NFPA Assessing Structure Ignition Potential Training- Free 2 day in-person trainings available at multiple locations in March. The course provides students with science-based best practices to mitigate structural ignition potential. Students will learn to identify structural ignition vulnerabilities, options for mitigation, and how to work with homeowners during the assessment process. For more information and registration see the Webinars and Trainings page HERE.
CTD - NRCS Training Needs Inventory is still open! Although our initial deadline has passed, please still complete the TNI in order to get priority notification for NRCS courses. Find more information HERE.
Recently Posted Webinars:
Assessing Wetland Functions and Values with Applications to the Voluntary Stewardship Program - Held on November 14th, 2023 via Zoom. Find the webinar recording and presentation materials in the Training Library on the Conservation Planning tab HERE.
Soil Carbon Science 101 - Held on October 6th, 2023 via Zoom. Find the webinar recording and presentation materials in the Training Library, on the Conservation Planning tab HERE.
Rain Gardens - updated strategies on installing them and examples in the Puget Sound region - Held on September 27, 2023 via Zoom. Find the webinar recording and presentation materials in the Training Library, on the Stormwater tab HERE.
Helping Agricultural Landowners Make Decisions about Solar with American Farmland Trust - Held on June 6, 2023 via Zoom. Find the webinar recording and presentation materials in the Training Library, on the Conservation Planning tab HERE.
Understanding Soil Tests - held March 14, 2023 via Zoom. Watch it on-demand and find presentation materials HERE.
COMET Farm Training - COMET-Farm General Introduction and Cropland Demo was held April 18, 2023 via Zoom. You can watch the recording and find presentation materials HERE.
District Contracting & Procurement Training with MRSC was held in-person on April 27-28 2023 in Wenatchee, WA. Find the presentation materials and recorded presentation HERE.
Info Session for Agricultural Conservation Planning Framework (ACPF) & Conservation Effects Assessment Project (CEAP) - Held on May 30, 2023 via Zoom. Find the recording and presentation materials HERE.
The Center for Technical Development (CTD) was created for the purpose of ensuring that Conservation Districts and employees have the proper tools and expertise to consistently plan and implement conservation programs in collaboration with the Washington State Conservation Commission (WSCC), Conservation Districts in Washington State, Washington Association of District Employees (WADE), the Washington Association of Conservation Districts (WACD), and other key conservation partners.