Agriculture and Conservation
The Agricultural Resources Committee (ARC) was established by San Juan County (SJC) Barn Fence Council in 2005 with the mission to protect and restore agriculture in SJC.
- ARC Home
- About Us
- Reports & Recommendations
SJC Ag Resources
The ARC Calendar. We post ARC meeting dates as well as agricultural events, classes and such happening in San Juan County. If you would like to have something posted on the calendar please contact Faith at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Minutes & Agendas
San Juan County employs more than twenty staff across several departments who protect and manage our marine environment, freshwater, groundwater, and conservation lands while mitigating the impact of our presence here. Our work is guided by more than sixty citizens serving on topic specific advisory committees alongside local, state, federal and tribal partners. In June 2021, the County elevated its environmental resources division to become the Department of Environmental Stewardship, highlighting our commitment to the environment.
To preserve in perpetuity areas in the county that have environmental, agricultural, aesthetic, cultural, scientific, historic, scenic or low-intensity recreational value and to protect existing and future sources of potable water.
WSU Extension in San Juan County is a partnership between Washington State University and San Juan County government to bring valuable research-based information to the residents of San Juan County.