Landowners need to sign a form to release farm information to renters/realtors/etc.
21 March 2014 11:17 AM | No Comments
Employees of the NRCS/SWCD/DSC are not allowed to give tract information (maps, CSR, conservation plan, etc.) to anyone without the landowner’s consent. We are encouraging landowners to sign a form […]Read More
Conservation Lease Project: Is your farm lease thorough?
02 January 2013 4:22 PM | No Comments
Reminder: New leases need to be signed before March 1, 2014. Is your farm lease thorough? Think about what your lease would look like for a rental house. Compare that […]Read More
Waterloo Creek Project Has New Funds for Stream Bank and Pasture Work
23 August 2012 2:32 PM | No Comments
View the new educational signs in the Waukon City Park!
27 July 2012 11:11 AM | No Comments
Take a look at the new educational signs in the Waukon City Park.Read More
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Waterloo Creek Watershed Coordinator opening closes April 23, 2014.
Commissioners may come from all walks of life; all you need is an interest in protecting our natural resources. If you are qualified to vote in a general election, you […]
Reminder: New leases need to be signed before March 1, 2014. Is your farm lease thorough? Think about what your lease would look like for a rental house. Compare that […]
The Allamakee SWCD Commissioners have revised their current policy regarding sodbusts. According to the board, “In response to an increase in the number of requests to turn very steep and […]
Join the conservation effort! Thank you to our FY12-13 donors!
The goal of this project is to meet with both parties to discuss conservation options on the farm and to include conservation provisions as an addendum to a farm lease.
The Waterloo Creek watershed is a renowned cold water stream and trout fishery that is a picturesque 30,905 acre sub-watershed of the Upper Iowa River.
These photos show the rain garden from construction through what the plants looked like in the spring of 2012. Some of the plants look a little sparse this year […]
Crop notes and news releases.
Look at what we’ve been doing. New pictures of Waterloo/Bee/Duck Creek as well as new ones from Conservation Education Day 2012!