Foster Creek Conservation District
Foster Creek Conservation District

Programs

Voluntary Stewardship Program

The Voluntary Stewardship Program aims to protect critical areas where they intersect with agricultural activities, through voluntary, incentive-based measures, while at the same time improving the long term viability of agriculture.

General Conservation Plan

Douglas County is blessed with an abundance of natural resources and with people who appreciate those resources and who work diligently to protect them.

Direct Seed

Direct seeding refers to farming systems that fertilize and plant directly into undisturbed soil in one field operation, or two separate operations of fertilizing and planting.

Cooperative Weed Management Area

“To improve invasive weed species management county-wide through increased communication, coordination, and the sharing of technical expertise and knowledge between landowners, natural resource managers, and all interested parties, as well as, to seek funding to improve and implement on the ground weed management projects. "

Water Quality Improvement

 FCCD actions to improve water quality include riparian and instream restoration, water quality monitoring, and eductation/outreach.

Biocontrols

Invasive weed species in Douglas County can cause loss of wildlife habitat, biodiversity, and increased costs to the agricultural community.

Education and Outreach

Check out all of the things we're doing for education and outreach in the area! 

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