Latah Soil and Water Conservation District

About Us

The Latah Soil and Water Conservation District is an important link in implementing sound resource conservation programs that are acceptable to, and for the benefit of, the residents of Latah County and the State of Idaho. Farmers, ranchers, landowners, teachers, students, volunteers, and ordinary citizens of Latah County all have something to contribute--and something to gain--from the Latah Soil and Water Conservation District.
 
 
The Latah Soil and Water Conservation District:
 
  • is goverened by seven locally elected Supervisors who voluntarily serve without pay. They are elected through the same procedure as state legislators on general election day.
  • is a non-regulatory subdivision of state government.
  • develops local natural resource conservation programs with established goals.
  • receives limited funds from local government and is eligible for match funds from the state.
  • provides federal technical assistance to farmers and ranchers based on a partnership with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service.
  • is accountable to Idaho's electorate, tax payers, and public; and provides reports and records to the Idaho Soil Conservation Commission.

Latah Soil and Water Conservation District
Gritman Medical Park (Federal Building)
220 East 5th Street, Suite 208
Moscow, Idaho 83843
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