The Lewis & Clark Conservation District has opened up the 2018 Weed Cost Share Program application period. This program is funded with some extra money that the Conservation District has and provides 50/50 cost share for chemical (including surfactants) or… (READ MORE)
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The Conservation District is once again offering a Weed Cost Share program. Up to $1500 per landowner, $5000 for a group project or 50% of: Herbicide only for individual sprayers Commercial application costs and chemical for commercial application Biological controls… (READ MORE)
The Lewis and Clark Conservation District and the Lewis and Clark County Weed District are co-hosting a seminar on the management of “cheatgrass” on forage and range/pasture land. Lunch will be provided. Six RE-CERTIFICATION CREDITS WILL BE OFFERED FOR PRIVATE,… (READ MORE)
Since the spring of 2008, the Lewis & Clark Conservation District has worked with area agencies to bring Flood Awareness to the East Valley Middle School. What began with a parent visit during an open house in the fall of… (READ MORE)
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There will be a workshop for people to obtain credits toward their private applicator license for spraying restricted chemicals to fight invasive species. This workshop is sponsored by the Lewis & Clark County Extension Office and will take place at… (READ MORE)
The Lewis & Clark Conservation District Board is once again offering a noxious weed cost share program for 2016. Now in its 6th year, this program is for privately owned land in Lewis & Clark County and provides 50% or… (READ MORE)