Richland County Soil Conservation District

 

Since 1943, our staff has been assisting local landowners and producers manage their land through innovative programs and services.

 

About RCSCDContact Us

The Richland County Soil Conservation District is a political sub-division of the state of North Dakota. Our board is governed by five supervisors. We are a local unit of government. The board members meet once a month and review topics concerning soil conservation in Richland County.

Dates and Deadlines

Stay on top of deadlines for programs, grants, and other important opportunities for landowners and producers.

Services

We offer an array of services from consultation to planting of trees. Products are also available for purchase.

Staff and Supervisors

Meet the elected supervisors and the operations staff who keep things running at RCSCD.

Conservation Trees for North Dakota

This guide is put together by various local, state, and federal agencies. It is a guide for trees best suited for our climate and soil. Print copies are also available from our office.

An addendum containing information on additional trees is also available.