Pomeroy Conservation District 
Monitoring Streams For BMP and Riparian Restoration Effectiveness. .
Appendix to above
Transforming watershed in the Upper Alpowa Creek in Garfield County
DOE data collection on 11 sites in Garfield County
Pataha Creek Fecal Coliform - Compliance with Water Quality Standards.

This page was last updated: October 4, 2022





    
A very interesting article for all you no-tiller's concerning it's affect on soil health.
This web site will take you to a lot more information on soil health. 
http://www.id.nrcs.usda.gov/technical/soil_health.html




Clean Water and Livestock Operations:  
Assessing Risks to Water Quality

The Department of Ecology (DOE) has recently released an assessment document to assist livestock operations determine if they may have a problem with their livestock adversely affecting the water quality of streams in the area.

The document is available here and will be downloaded onto your computer as a pdf file:
Assessment Document

The document is also available at the Pomeroy CD office at 910 Main St. 







Office Phone # 509-843-5008

​Office Hours Monday 8:30-4:30
Tuesday-Friday 7:00-5:00




Office Manager, Burn Program and Soil Lab Contact--Pam Kimble-- Cell #509-843-3460

District Administrator, CREP Coordinator---Lance Frederick--Cell #509-751-2065

District Grader Operator---Jay Kimble --Cell #509-595-0403 or
Duane Bartels--Cell #509-566-7006