Staff provide a variety of services to rural landowners and agricultural operations. From conservation planning, to technical services, to education, staff are available to assist landowners with meeting their conservation goals.
Our staff can work with landowners to identify natural resource concerns and opportunities and develop a conservation plan. Staff work alongside landowners to provide on-the-ground, in-the-field assistance each step of the way.
Our staff can provide engineering services for many agricultural conservation practices that receive cost-share funding. These services include: survey, design, and construction oversight.
We have a rainfall simulator that demonstrates the impact rainfall has on local natural resources and how that can vary depending on what type of land cover the rain falls on. Staff may be able to accomodate requests to bring the rainfall simulator to events to be used for outreach or education.
Our staff are available to assist with permitting requirements for conservation practices that require a permit, such as manure storage construction, manure storage closure, winter spreading, erosion control, or stormwater management.