Area 6 of the Montana Association of Conservation Districts had their annual Area meeting yesterday in White Sulphur Springs. It was a beautiful day, a bit breezy, but not bad. Districts came together to discuss the business of their… (READ MORE)
The Broadwater Conservation District and the Lewis & Clark Conservation District are co-hosting a great workshop today without health specialist Jay Fuhrer from the NRCS in North Dakota. Great turnout, on a cool misty day!!!
We’re taking registrations for Soil Health Day through 4 p.m. today! If you want to come, give me a call ASAP! Soil Health Flyer-091715-DT
The next regular meeting of the Lewis & Clark Conservation District will take place at 9:30 a.m. on September 10, 2015 at Lambkin’s Restaurant, 460 Main Street, Lincoln MT. You can find the Agenda and August Meeting Minutes here. All CD meetings… (READ MORE)
The Conservation District was well-represented at Saturday’s Lake Helena Watershed Festival at Women’s Park in Helena. Jeff Ryan, Supervisor, had a table showing off his willow soil lifts. Chris Evans, CD Administrator, ran the Rolling… (READ MORE)
Registrations are beginning to come in for the Broadwater/Lewis & Clark CD’s Soil Health day which is coming up on September 17. Registration and payment are required due to limited space. Please contact us by September 14!
Join the Broadwater Conservation District and Lewis & Clark Conservation District for a full-day seminar and tour highlighting Soil Health and Cover Cropping! Beginning at 8:30 with registration, the morning will be largely informational with a fantastic speaker from NRCS… (READ MORE)
The August Board meeting will take place on August 13, 2015 at the old Dearborn School, now the Dearborn Community Center, on Highway 434 north and west of Wolf Creek Montana. The meeting will begin at 8:30 a.m. Find the… (READ MORE)
Covering topics from upcoming workshops to the latest on the Prickly Pear Stream project, and a lot of other great information, the Summer edition of the Explorer, is ready for you to view!
Lewis and Clark CD’s Board of Supervisors is trying a pilot project to help landowners pay for a number of types of projects. The Board allocated $7500 for the year, up to $2500 per project or 50% whichever comes first…. (READ MORE)