Clark Conservation District is dedicated to providing technical assistance and promoting conservation education to foster healthy relationships between the environment and people.
The District has a wealth of information concerning water quality issues, management of small and large farming operations, and implementation of best management practices (BMPs).
Technical Assistance Offered:
Much of the technical assistance provided landowners and land users consists of helping them adopt conservation BMPs. Note the links to BMP brochures and tip sheets that may be downloaded and printed for your personal use.
- Designing manure management systems– gutters, water recycling, manure containment and manure fertilizing systems for large animal operations.
- Obtaining and planting trees and grass on nonproductive land for wildlife habitat and riparian areas.
- Helping non-industrial forest landowners adopt BMPs.
- Conducting watershed surveys to design practical BMPs for landowners.
- Encouraging public involvement in resource policy making.
- Promoting pasture management and stock watering BMPs for small farms.