Kiowa Conservation District

The Kiowa Conservation District is a non-taxing, non-profit special district dedicated to the success of agricultural pursuits through the conservation of natural resources.  The district is governed by a Board of eight Supervisors who are volunteers.  We meet once a month on the third Wednesday in our office located on the northeast corner of hwy 83 and hwy 86 in Franktown. 

We work with all District residents to help them discover the value of conservation as it relates to their profits, their lives and their children's future.  

To achieve these goals, we work closely with landowners to offer individual consultations which result in recommending conservation practices like windbreaks including specific seedling trees to use, using grass seed to stop erosion, managing grazing, controlling noxious weeds, and helping with successful plantings.  In some cases financial assistance may be available to help achieve your conservation practices.  We also conduct several public seminars on various topics.

We work closely with educators and children to teach our young people about conservation.  We offer scholarships to teachers and students, conduct an annual 6th grade poster contest, and adopt classrooms which provide curriculum materials to schools.

Contact Kiowa Conservation District

440 Comanche St
Kiowa, Colorado  80117
Phone: (303) 621-2070
Fax: (303) 621-2660


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • El Paso County, Colorado
  • Elbert County, Colorado

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