If you own livestock, we can help you plan and implement effective conservation practices suited to your land.
Livestock and Water Quality
Technical assistance available to recommend a variety of practices for waste utilization, forage production, off-site watering and more.
Up to 75% cost-share may be available for projects that improve or protect water quality. Previously funded projects include riparian fencing, cross fencing, hardened watering points, and the development of springs and associated watering troughs.
Backyards and Small Farms
Technical assistance available specifically for smaller parcels.
Learn how to adopt common-sense conservation practices that can meet your goals for your property. From manure management to cross-fencing and rotational grazing, our staff can work with you to develop a plan that suits your needs and addresses natural resource concerns.
Okanogan Conservation Technical Assistance (OCTA)
Improve your land, improve your bottom line...Okanogan Conservation District can help you do both.
Our staff can help you plan and implement best practices which protect water quality while also enhancing your property and meeting your long-term goals.
Contact us to find out which programs are right for you!
Call or email us for more information. Programs require a site visit to determine eligibility and to develop appropriate conservation plans. All District programs are free of charge, voluntary and non-regulatory- you choose what recommended conservation practices to implement on your property.
Not sure if your project idea is a fit for one of the above programs? Contact us anyway! We may be able to find other funding or refer you to other resources.