Yuma County Conservation District

Yuma County Conservation District Mission

Provide a legal organization to assist the effort to accomplish maximum economical and beneficial use and conservation of all land, water, and plant resources by providing technical assistance, facilities, and equipment as is available.


Our Goal

To create as many good stewards of natural resources as possible without the use of mandates and regulations.



About YCCD

Formation of soil conservation districts in Yuma County began in 1949. On May 9 of that year the Hale Soil Conservation District was formed. The district covered approximately 727,000 acres in southern Yuma County. The Northeast Yuma Soil Conservation District was formed on January 6, 1950 and contained approximately 320,000 acres in northeast Yuma County. The Yuma Soil Conservation District was formed in 1958 covering the northwest portion of the county.



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NOTICE:  Yuma County Conservation District September Board Meeting will be held in Wray on September 8, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. The meeting will take place at the USDA Service Center in Wray, 247 North Clay Street. 



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