We have updated several areas of our site. Please visit the events page for Conservation District meeting information; also visit the 2018 Tree Program to order your trees!
Read about our current projects and programs, as well as the spotlight on Delta Conservation District, and Conservation Farmers in our area.
Downloadable PDF of the 4th Quarter Newsletter Here: zone-newsletter-4th-quarter-2016
The Delta Soil Health Workshop was held September 21, 2016. Forty people attended the workshop –some came from as far as Juab County. The workshop began with a slideshow presentation, along with guest speakers Grant Cardon, of USU Extension, Paul McCollaum, an area farmer, and Nels Hansen of NRCS. Many area businesses donated door prizes, and a raffle was also held to raise money for future workshops. Oversons Farm Center and Oasis Seed provided lunch, and USU Extension provided transportation and additional information. After the workshop and lunch, Chance Lyman, Delta Conservation District Supervisor, took the attendees to his own farm to show the benefits of soil health. Then on to other farms to discuss cover crops and winter grazing. The tour was a great success! Delta CD hopes to hold other workshops like this in the future, and hopes other areas can do the same.
Join us for the Conservation District Poster Contest! This year’s national theme is “We All Need Trees” To find out if your District is participating in this years’ contest, call or email Colette: 435-896-5489 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadlines are varied, but will be between September 30th, and October 15th. Prizes for the winners!
Download the entry form below to enter your poster!
Fremont River Conservation District hosted a tour today to discuss the watershed. DWQ, NRCS, and County Commissioners attended to better understand the Fremont River, Spring Creek, Fish Creek, and Bicknell Bottoms. Department of Water Quality and NRCS expressed their appreciation in having the Conservation District as a resource. Local input and information is vital to State and Federal research programs.
A special thanks to Fremont River Conservation District for leading the tour and providing lunch!
Come join us at the Juab, Millard, Sanpete, Sevier, Piute, and Wayne County Fairs! Games, information, prizes, projects, and events will be available at our booth. We would love to hear from you!
Fair Vendor Booth Schedule: Piute July 30 ~ Juab August 10-13 ~ Millard August 10-13 ~ Sevier August 10-13 ~ Wayne August 20 ~ Sanpete August 24-27