Learn about the background of VSP and the Growth Management Act, and how you can get involved.
View the full list of 27 VSP Counties to find two and five-year reports, work plans, and other county-specific resources.
Billing and cost share, reporting forms, training, webinars, and monitoring resources for program staff.
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Join us for a webinar on Nov. 14 focused on assessing wetland functions and values, with an emphasis on applications to watershed-scale monitoring and VSP.
At this time, all the available Voluntary Stewardship Program (VSP) cost-share funding has been allocated. This was capital funding provided by the legislature to the State Conservation Commission (SCC) for fiscal year 2023-25.
The next VSP Joint meeting of the VSP Technical Panel and Statewide Advisory Committee is Oct. 12, 2023. This meeting will be held in Pullman and online. The seven counties in the Southeast region and two from the Northeast of Washington are invited to present--Benton, Franklin, Whitman, Walla Walla, Columbia, Garfield, Asotin, Stevens, and Lincoln.
Use our interactive map to locate a participating VSP county near you and access your county's 2-year and 5-year reports and other county-specific resources.
VSP programs help to preserve the natural environment, maintain fish and wildlife habitat, and protect drinking water. Protecting critical areas also helps reduce exposure to risks, such as landslides or flooding, and maintains the natural elements of our landscape.