The Monroe Conservation District provides
information and technical assistance to farmers, homeowner/renters, educators, businesses,
developers and government agencies. The District does this by assisting with
agriculture management planning, educational displays, demonstrations and
informational workshops, tree seedling sales, native plant and book sales. Wildlife
habitat planning, and forestry assistance is also provided. Soil Survey books are
available for information on soils and soil capabilities and construction site erosion
We work for you and your community to achieve
improved water quality, reduce soil erosion, create wildlife habitats, energy conservation
Mission Statement - To provide assistance in the wise management of soil, water and related natural resources by offering technical assistance and information.
Board meeting schedule:
The second Tuesday of each month
November – March 6:00 p.m.
April – October 7:00 p.m.
Held at the USDA Service Center, 1137 South Telegraph Road, Monroe