New Conservation Practices Offered by Cost-Share Program
Financial assistance for planting cover crops, conducting prescribed burns, and building fire breaks is now available through the Locally-Led Cost-Share Program. A full listing of conservation practices eligible for cost-share assistance can be found in the Program Year 16 Guidelines. Each conservation district board selects the practices that will be funded by a district in a given year. Contact your conservation district today to learn what conservation practices you qualify for.
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.
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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105
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