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.
To help landowners and producers be good stewards of the land by conserving, maintaining, and improving our natural resources and environment through education and leadership.
The Richland County Soil Conservation District was organized in 1943 as the South Richland SCD, in cooperation with the Antelope SCD in the same year, to service Richland County. The Antelope SCD and South Richland SCD consolidated in 1969 to form the Richland County SCD that you know today.