The Utah Association of Conservation Districts is the state voice for Utah's 38 conservation districts
and works to educate and support the work of 190 locally elected supervisors and their staff.

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2016 Spring Conservation Bareroot Tree & Shrub Sale

Click here for Blacksmith Fork & North Cache Bare-Root Sale Page

2016 Utah Envirothon

22 teams of high school students from around Utah, recently competed in the 2016 Utah Envirothon Held by UACD with the help of its natural resource partners. The event was held at Hurricane High School and Zion National Park. We thank are partners and those who helped make the event a success. Special thanks to Department of Water Quality, UDAF, Zion National Park, Hogle Zoo, US Forest Service, and many others for providing valuable education for our students. Congratulations to Wasatch High School for winning this years competition. They will go on to compete at the International Envirothon in Ontario, Canada. See for more information.

Soil Health

This week 3 workshops were held on soil health in Logan, Ogden, and Richfield. Sponsored by NRCS, UDAF and the local conservation districts. These interesting and informative workshops welcomed guest speakers Jay Fuhrer and Jerry Doan from North Dakota. Also speaking were various local experts on soils. The focus was on the use of cover crops, no till, and intensive grazing in order to keep carbon, an important plant food, in the soil. It was a very successful workshop. Over 150 attended in Logan alone. Come back soon to see a copy of their presentations.

District Supervisor helps cancer victim

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Updated UACD Resolutions

UACD's policy positions are updated annually during the business session at the UACD Convention. The most recent business session was held November 14, 2014. There were 4 new resolutions adopted. Click here to view the updated policy position booklet.

Utah Legislature Update

This year we are closely watching Senate Bill 202 which gives the Utah Conservation Commission the authority over the district and association employees which will be placed under the state payroll system. For information on other bills, visit the Utah State Legislature website.

Zone 5 CRMP

The purpose of the Kanab Watershed Coordinated Resource Management Plan is to assist cooperators to quantify watershed characterization and determine existing water quality and other resource issues. Coordinated technical, research and funding efforts between stakeholders, will guide future watershed uses and restoration opportunities.  A website has been developed to provide information for the general public, and all cooperators: including the Technical and Citizen Advisory Committees.