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WELCOME TO THE

CARBON CONSERVATION DISTRICT

ATTENTION: Permit Applications MUST be submitted to the district by end of business on June 4th to be included in the agenda for the June Board Meeting
 

310 PERMIT APPLICATIONS

A 310 permit is required any time you are planning ANY projects or repairs that physically alter or modify the bed or banks of the streams. IT IS THE LAW. The purpose of the permit is to minimize soil erosion and sedimentation, protect and preserve streams and rivers. 

PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS

The Conservation District hosts many programs related to conservation around the county.

NRCS RESOURCES

NRCS conservation programs help people reduce soil erosion, enhance water supplies, improve water quality, increase wildlife habitat, and reduce damages caused by floods and other natural disasters. NRCS provides funding opportunities for agricultural producers and other landowners through these programs.

What is a Conservation District?

A conservation district is a group of non-partisan, publicly elected people who dedicate their time to oversee local conservation efforts in their district to protect the multiple use of land, water and wildlife for future generations.

Conservation Districts were established by congress in 1935, and the Montana legislature in 1939, to engage in local, hands on, grass-roots conservation to protect our land, preserve our heritage and promote conservative practices of soil and water.

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