The annual garden tour is held every spring to showcase conservation gardens in our community. Site owners are available to discuss the pros and cons of their conservation efforts. Please check the workshop page for our next scheduled tour.
Irrigation water management encourages the application of water in an amount that meets the need of the growing plant in a manner that avoids extended soil saturation and runoff. By increasing application precision and reducing unneeded application, water can be conserved and energy can be saved.
The Resource Conservation District provides natural resource and agriculture education opportunities for landowners, land managers, students, and the general public through workshops, educational presentations, tours, mailings, media outreach, special events, classroom visits, internships and volunteer opportunities.