Staff and Supervisors
Jennifer Klostreich – RCSCD Watershed Coordinator
Jennifer has been with Richland County Soil Conservation District since 1999. She administers the EPA 319 program for Richland County. She handles several other duties with our district from septic systems to cover crops and can even answer a lot of your tree questions.
Becky Myhra – RCSCD District Clerk
Becky has been with the Richland County Soil Conservation District since 2003. She is our District Clerk and just absolutely loves planting trees. Becky handles the everyday bookkeeping duties and answers a lot of the questions that come in by phone. She is our master planter!
Jason Hanson – NRCS District Conservationist
Jason joined the NRCS and began his career in the Finley, North Dakota Field Office as a Soil Conservationist in 2011. Jason started as the District Conservationist here in the spring of 2015. He can help you with EQIP, CRP, wetlands, and many other funding opportunities.
Keith Kinneberg – RCSCD District Technician
Keith joined RCSCD in December 2018. He handles information related to tree planting including the OHF grant and other funding opportunities. Stop in and visit with him for your shelterbelt, farmstead, or windbreak design options and questions about handplant tree orders.
Diane Kriz – Wetland Administrator for Heartland Consulting (NRCS)
Diane started working with NRCS in August of 2017. She handles all the mailings and other duties pertaining to wetlands.
Arlene Hafner – Heartland Consulting (NRCS)
Arlene just recently joined our team and will be handling mailings and other duties that involve wetlands as well as working with the conservationist on various programs.
Amy Gnoinsky – NDASCD
Amy is in the office at Richland SCD two days a week. She shares time between Wild Rice District in Forman and here. Her area of expertise is farm bills.
Tanner Tougas – NRCS Soil Conservationist
Tanner recently joined the district and will work with soil management and conservation practices. He will help with crop rotations, CRP, land erosion, and EQIP plans along with other areas of soil related practice.