For more than 50 years, the Adams Soil & Water Conservation District has been assisting landowners in the conservation and sustainable use of natural resources in Adams County, Idaho. We continue to help agricultural producers and other area landowners in voluntarily implementing best management practices (BMPs) to conserve our land and water resources for today and tomorrow.
Our programs are voluntary and non-regulatory.
We coordinate with many partner agencies to provide science-based technical assistance and financial incentives.
Contact us to learn how we may be able to help you maintain healthy, productive soil, water and other resources.
What are the benefits of being a District Supervisor?
· Being a voice for conservation in our community
· Satisfaction of making a difference in resource health
· Providing conservation guidance & information to others
· Helping people understand that ranches and farms can be prosperous
and also contribute to healthy resources
· Having a say in how local resources are managed
· Learning ways to improve your own operations profitably and sustainably
· Helping find and coordinate programs and funding to assist local
landowners practice voluntary conservation
If you have an interest in good stewardship, understand conservation issues, and enjoy working with people in your community, come check it out. The ASWCD meets monthly at the Extension building in Council.
Call or email to learn more: 208-253-4668; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help conserve our valuable resources for future generations.