Pomeroy Conservation District receives $25,000 PSE Fund grant


December 12, 2019

-East Washingtonian photo by Connie Boyer

The Pomeroy Conservation District was handed a check for $25,000 from the Blue Mountain Community Fund (BMCF) on December 9 for the development of two habitat projects within Garfield County. Pictured from left to right: Duane Bartels, District Manager of the Pomeroy Conservation District, Paul Smith, Puget Sound Energy (PSE) Plant Manager, Kari Isaacson, Executive Director for BMCF, Brad Johnson, Middle Snake Watershed Manager for the Palouse Conservation District, Grant Morgan, Garfield County Engineer, Anne Walsh, Wind Resource Advisor for PSE, Mike Denny, Blue Mountain Audubon and County Biologist, David Hoffman, Local Government Affiliate Manager for PSE, and Wynne McCabe, Garfield County Commissioner.

POMEROY-The Puget Sound Energy Lower Snake River Wind Habitat Project Fund of the Blue Mountain Community Fund (BMCF) presented a check for $25,000 to the Conservation District here Monday afternoon, December 9. The grant will help fund two restoration projects in Garfield County; restoring a two mile stretch of Pataha Creek and recovery of a five‚Äďacre landfill on Bell Plain Road.

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