A local agency that assists landowners and farmers with conservation efforts faces an uncertain future and may reduce services after the Clark County council declined to approve new fees that would fund it. Source: County denies new fees for conservation district
Tune in as district conservationists discuss the unique challenges and complexities of planning and contracting with regard to State and Federal species and habitats of concern, and cultural resources law. Learn how Maine uses a database to manage workloads and consultation documentation with regulators.
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In the interest of preserving Clark County’s quality of life as we know it for our ourselves, our children and to continue to attract the talent that will feed smart growth in this county, please connect with your County Councilor to encourage them to consider a minimal rate […]
Don’t miss our next installment of What Works in the Field, a peer-to-peer web conference series for conservation planning staff and partners.
The next NACD Urban and Community Conservation webinar, scheduled for 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm Eastern time on November 16, 2017, will feature the EPA Water Finance Clearinghouse.
The National Conservation Planning Partnership (NCPP) – made up of the five core national partners: NACD, NRCS, NCDEA, NASCA, and NARC&DC – released the attached talking points and briefer today.
The National Association of Conservation Districts has secured a $10 million cooperative agreement with NRCS to further enhance conservation district technical assistance across the nation. A significant portion of the granted funds will be awarded directly to conservation districts to hire staff where additional capacity is needed to […]