A survey of conservation district managers and supervisors showed staunch opposition to giving the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife a vote on the state Conservation Commission.
While 14 respondents said “yes,” 56 said “no” to adding Fish and Wildlife to the 10-member commission. Disparaging comments accompanied some votes. Some said the department and private landowners didn’t have common goals.
Source: Conservation districts say ‘no’ to WDFW on state commission | Small Farm | capitalpress.com