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Savannah Reed (left), University of Idaho junior horticulture major, found a bicycle seat during the stream clean-up Saturday at the South Fork Palouse River.

Volunteers participate in stream clean-up efforts

LOREN NEGRON, Evergreen news editor April 6, 2021

Volunteers engaged in a stream clean-up effort on Saturday in Pullman as part of the Palouse Conservation District’s Know Your Flow campaign. The campaign is a month-long event to promote water conservation,...

The Know Your Flow campaign is funded through an Environmental Protection Agency grant from August 2020. The grant's purpose is to support the Palouse Basin Aquifer Committee in bringing awareness to groundwater usage.

Palouse Conservation District addressing declining groundwater levels

TIMOTHY FAIRBANKS-CLOUSER, Evergreen reporter March 31, 2021

The Palouse Conservation District is hosting a month-long Know Your Flow campaign to educate community members on the declining groundwater levels of the Palouse and how to address the issue. Jodi Prout,...

Amanda Stahl, postdoctoral conservation science researcher, refines and executes automated mission plans to collect imagery for 3D surface modeling.

WSU researchers produce technology to monitor ecology

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter March 4, 2021

A WSU research team uses free satellite imagery and drones to provide data used for ecological monitoring to Whitman County and the Palouse Conservation District, which voluntarily works with community...

Jennifer Boie, director of Palouse Conservation District, said PCD will use podcasts to better engage with the community during the pandemic.

Local group used recycled Christmas trees as part of conservation efforts

JENAE LAXSON, Evergreen reporter January 20, 2021

The Palouse Conservation District met Tuesday night to discuss its conservation accomplishments last year and its plans for 2021. Last year, PCD focused on buffer installation and maintenance in...

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