Idaho Soil and Water Conservation Districtupdated: June 2015

The Idaho County Soil & Water Conservation District is a subdivision of State Government charged with the stewardship of the conservation of soil, water, and related natural resources on Idaho's private land. We are one of 51 Conservation Districts in Idaho, and together encompasses 99% of our state.

The SWCD was originally formed in the eastern part of the county, February 2, 1954 and included 25,000 acres of farmland along the Clearwater River. In 1956, the Salmon River SCD was formed in the southwestern part of Idaho County and the Prairie SCD (mainly the Camas Prairie) was formed in 1961. These three Districts merged into one SWCD in 1969 and is now known as the Idaho County Soil & Water Conservation District.

Mission
to focus available technical, financial and educational resources, coordinating them so they meet the needs of Idaho County land users for conservation of soil, water and related resources.

We are here to assist local landowners identify and implement the best management practices for their farming, ranching and timber enterprises. We work for our Ag and timber pardners.

ISWCD is a subdivision of State Government charged with the stewardship of the conservation of soil, water, and related natural resources on Idaho County’s private land.

 


Contact Idaho Soil and Water Conservation District


Contact Idaho Soil and Water Conservation District

Stefanie Bowman
District Administrator
102 South Hall St.
Grangeville, Idaho  83530-9701
Phone: (208) 983-1046 ext. 3
Fax: (208) 983-0519


 

Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Idaho County, Idaho


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