Longmont and Boulder Valley
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Boulder Valley Conservation District board meeting - March 11, 2024 6:00 PM (agenda TBD)
Longmont Conservation District board meeting - March 12, 2024 10:00 AM (agenda TBD)
Water Quality and Quantity
Water is the lifeblood of the West. The quantity and quality of water is extremely important for the health of our communities and ecosystem. We support increased water storage, improved irrigation water management practices, and appropriate riparian habitats.
Sustainable Land Use
As population increases, natural and agricultural landscapes are continually manipulated. We engage with our community to provide landowners information and resources to steward their diverse properties.
Integrated Pest Management
Various pests can damage our fragile ecosystem and affect the quality of our land. We encourage and assist landowners in controlling noxious weeds. We advocate for pollinator protection and appropriate prairie dog management.
Forest Health and Watershed Management
In partnership with the National Association of Conservation Districts and the NRCS, we address resource concerns on forested private lands. We provide technical assistance to complete forest assessments, develop forest management plans, identify and secure a variety of funding sources, and implement projects.
Agricultural & Conservation Education
We want everyone - especially our children - to know where their food comes from. Agricultural and conservation education are the keystones of sustainability for tomorrow's leaders.
Encompass over 288,600 acres of land
Assist over 300 farms in Boulder County
Supply resources for agriculture and conservation education
Serve hundreds of local residents yearly
Boulder Valley & Longmont Conservation Districts
9595 Nelson Road, Suite D.
Longmont, CO 80501
Boulder County Fairgrounds
We are co-located with the USDA-NRCS Longmont Field Office. Natural Resources Building, upstairs and to the left.