The Campbell County Conservation District partners with citizens and private landowners as well as other organizations to promote the sustainability of the land, water and other natural resources by encouraging the use of Best Management Practices. We do this by providing expertise, financial assistance, and by hosting educational programs.
The Campbell County Conservation District is taking precautions to keep our staff and supervisors safe in relation to the COVID 19 pandemic. All meetings are conducted in an hybrid format with options for the public to virtually participate while our staff and supervisors are able to meet safely with mask and social distancing. At this time we will not be accepting walk-ins to the office and kindly ask that you call the office or email District Coordinator, Amy (email@example.com), or Administrative Secretary, Linda (firstname.lastname@example.org) for assistance.
If you need to complete an Ag Water Quality Plan, you can click the button below to be directed to the plan online or you can call the office for assistance. Please remember we are not accepting walk-ins at this time. It is always good practice to update ag water quality plans every 3-5 years or whenever your farming activity changes.
Spring is just around the corner! Be sure to check out the trails of Campbell County. We are excited to have our St. Anne Wetlands trail promoted through this coordinated effort with our friends at Campbell County Cooperative Extension! #hikecampbellcountyky
Topic: CCCD: Farmland Work GroupTime: May 17, 2021 09:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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