Term of Office
The WACD is the Washington Association of Conservation Districts President and Vice President are elected to one-year terms with a two-term limit.
The WACD is the Washington Association of Conservation Districts Executive Committee consists of the WACD is the Washington Association of Conservation Districts President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, National Director, and Past President.
Can I install the Hub on my computer?
If you are using Chrome or a Chrome-based browser, it is easy to install the Hub website as an app on your laptop or desktop computer.
When a website is installable, Chrome and Chrome-based browsers have a plus sign or a down arrow in the URL field. Look to the right side of your browser window to locate it.
Click the plus sign to install the Hub on your computer.
Can I install the Hub as an app on my smartphone?
Yes! Here’s how to install and uninstall the Hub as an app on an Android smart phone or tablet.
Browse to the Hub website
First, browse to https://hub.wadistricts.org.
Next, install the app
- Tap the three dots in the top right-hand corner of your screen.
- Select Install app (the wording may vary depending on which version of Android is installed).
- A popup will appear that prompts you to install so click Install.
Finally, add it to your Home screen
- You may need to find it. On some phones you can swipe up from your home screen to reach the list of installed apps. The Hub will be shown as WACD is the Washington Association of Conservation Districts Hub.
- Hold down that icon and select Add to home screen.
- You’re done! Now you’ll have a more seamless experience with the Hub when viewing it on your smartphone!
When you open the app
The menu is still there!
Many people won’t immediately find the main menu. It’s still there! On the home page, notice the three horizontal lines along the left margin. That icon is called a hamburger because of the three layers: bun, filling, bun. Tap the hamburger to reach the menu.
Uninstalling the app
When you choose to uninstall the app, it’s easy to do: just hold down the Hub icon and choose Uninstall.
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What is a Progressive Web App?
What have we done for accessibility?
We checked our website for appropriate color contrast at https://color.a11y.com/Contrast/ and based on those results, adjusted one element to increase contrast.
Alt image descriptions
We are using Alt Images to help make sure that our images have alt names. We continue to work through the many images on the site to make sure they have appropriate names/descriptions.
We installed the One Click Accessibility plugin to help folks access our content. Finally, we ran the site URL through several online accessibility checkers, all of which found some items for us to improve.
Why this color scheme for the website?
We used two aspects of the Marketing Toolkit developed by the Washington State Conservation Commission and several members of our conservation community, plus an interesting article about painting with soil colors.
You can find the WSCC is the Washington State Conservation Commission Marketing Toolkit at https://www.scc.wa.gov/cd/marketing-toolkit. At that link, visit the Branding tab and the Messaging tab.
Painting with soil
An article in the Smithsonian Magazine about painting with soils illustrated a range of earth tones. We selected a brown color to reflect our interest in soil. Find that article at https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/meet-western-soil-scientists-using-dirt-make-stunning-paints-180976796/.
Why do some links turn blue?
We use a color-coding system for most links on this website:
- On the home page, the dark gray article titles link to the articles.
- When hovering over links in articles, most will turn orange.
- A blue link represents a link that you have visited before. Although this may seem visually disruptive, it is a way to quickly see that you have already visited that item so this visual cue may save you some time.
About this website
Runs on WordPress
This website runs on WordPress at the same web hosting service as our public-facing website: https://wadistricts.org.
Unless explicitly exempted from disclosure, all posts, pages, and documents provided on this website are considered public records disclosable upon proper request. The process for requesting public records is explained on our public-facing website at: https://wadistricts.org/public-records-requests.
The ability to comment on posts and pages is disabled throughout this website.
Errors or inaccuracies?
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