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Sheridan County Conservation District

The function of the Conservation District is to focus and coordinate technical, educational, and financial resources to meet the needs of the local land user. 

The SCCD provides cost-share assistance for livestock and septic system improvements along impaired streams in Sheridan County. Typical cost-share assistance for livestock improvements is between 50% and 80%, depending upon available funding.

The watershed program encompasses the Tongue River, Goose Creek, and Prairie Dog Creek watersheds and includes several activities, with the goal of improving the water resources for Sheridan County. 

Each fall, the SCCD offers low-cost seedling trees and shrubs for conservation purposes. Ordering usually begins in October or November, with seedlings arriving early May.



If you weren't able to attend this year's Working Land Workshop or want to follow-up on some of the suggested readings and audio, check out this list compiled by the Working Lands Planning committee. 

Working with Financial Documents

SCCD's 2022-2023 Annual Report is now available. This document also contains the District's plan and budget for 2023-2024.


Interested in serving on the Board of Supervisors? SCCD is looking to appoint someone to fill the "at-large" position vacancy until the next general election (2024). Follow the button below for more details. Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest by July 7.



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