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A Day in Augusta

For landowners in the Augusta or Dearborn areas who were affected by the flooding this past week, we want to let you know that we’re going to be in Augusta at the Youth Center/Senior Center/ Public Health office on June 29 from 10-2 collecting information on bridge and culvert damage as well as stream damage.  We’ll have permit forms–regular and emergency–bridge and culvert installation information, and other information for you.  

We’re also hoping to have any program information from the Farm Service Agency and information on whether the Conservation District will have funding available to assist with bridge and culvert projects.

In addition, we plan to bring water test supplies.  The Conservation District has a reimbursement program and we will reimburse the cost up to $25 of your test kit on receipt of your water test results.

For more information, give us a call at 406-449-5000 ext. 112 or email us at lccd@mt.net.  Please share this information with neighbors and others who may benefit from it.