Improving Water Quality Starts at the Local Level
Since 2008 Oklahoma has documented improvements in 46 streams. Improving water quality and quantity starts at the local level, where conservation districts work with residents to implement voluntary practices and area specific solutions. Oklahoma is a national leader in water quality improvement thanks to a strong conservation partnership committed to our land, heritage and future. Check out our video filmed by our partners at NRCS to learn more.
The Oklahoma Conservation Commission and conservation districts accomplish conservation of renewable natural resources through soil and water conservation, landuse planning, small watershed upstream flood control, abandoned mine land reclamation, water quality monitoring, environmental education, and wetlands conservation.
2800 N. Lincoln Blvd., Suite 160
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105
PHONE (405) 521-2384 / FAX (405) 521-6686