Foster Creek Conservation District
Foster Creek Conservation District

Voluntary Stewardship Program

What is VSP?

Click on the links below to learn more about the Voluntary Stewardship Program and how you can be involved.

Program Explanation

The Voluntary Stewardship Program reduces the regulatory burden on the Douglas County agricultural community by protecting critical areas through voluntary conservation activities

Critical Areas

Promote conservation activities that protect and enhance critical areas, while maintaining and improving the long-term viability of agriculture. Do you have critical areas on your property? Zoom in on your operation and find out.


Benchmarks are participation goals necessary to protect and enhance critical areas. Find out more about benchmarks for the critical areas on your property and how you can work towards helping Douglas County meet their benchmark goals. 

Producer Information

Interested in helping with VSP? Here's more information on the VSP Work Plan and producer involvement.

VSP Producer's Handbook
Everything you need to know about the Voluntary Stewardship Program in Douglas County
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Producer VSP Flyer
Producer trifold.pdf
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Please complete the Douglas County Producer Survey!

The button below is a link to the online survey version. All responses collected are anonymous. This quick and easy survey is critical to the success of the Voluntary Stewardship Program for all of Douglas County. 

The next VSP Work Group meeting is scheduled for: 


Tuesday, November 2, 2021 


Join the Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 841 5760 2415



Nov 2, 2021 Douglas County VSP Meeting Agenda
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