The District has a root plow available year round to use on your land. Cost is $20.00 per day.
To aide you in reaching all required elements needed to complete your cost share practice, the district has available Geotextile Fabric for sale.
Grass and wildflower seeds are available to purchase. The District is a licensed seed dealer. Pond dam mix used for seeding dams is kept on hand and does not require being ordered.
Calibrating Field Sprayers
Instructions on calibrating your field sprayer for brush and sericea lespedeza spraying. Click Here!
Calendar of Events
Continuous- 2018 Cost Share sign-up July 28-31 County Fair August 30 Woman In Ag event
2017 Conservation Newsletter
The Conservation District Newsletter for 2017 is available! If you would like to have it sent directly to your inbox to help us conserve paper, please email us. Place the word SUBSCRIBE in the subject line to: email@example.com March 2017 Newsletter
If you own land in Greenwood County, and are interested in improving the environmental quality of your property, stop by the Greenwood County Conservation District office at 1819 E River St. located in Eureka USDA office. The district can help you determine how you can possibly qualify for state financial assistance to improve your land.
The 2018 cost share sign-up is open. Funds are available. Call the office. Projects are approved by the district on a ranking basis. The ranking is done with help from the Natural Resources Conservation Service and may involve an on-site visit.
Anyone owning land in Greenwood County is eligible to receive funding to help improve their land. Funding provided by the Division of Conservation, Kansas Department of Agriculture through appropriation from the Kansas Water Plan Fund.
Those interested in receiving assistance are encouraged to contact the District office to apply. For additional information call 620-583-6461 or visit the USDA office located at 1819 E River St, in Eureka, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Conservation District sponsors many educational events each year. Educating the public on conservation practices for land, water and wildlife in Greenwood County is very important to the District. During these events, the District has many volunteers. If you are interested in helping as a volunteer, please contact the Eureka Conservation Office. Below is a list of educational events or holidays that we participate in.