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"To take available technical, financial, and educational resources, whatever their source, and focus or coordinate them so that they meet the needs of the local land user for conservation of soil, water, and related resources."


The Stutsman County Soil Conservation District received its charter on August 21, 1948. The Soil Conservation District was organized to give cooperators, on the farm, technical and educational assistance on soil and water conservation problems.

Services Offered

The Stutsman SCD offers many services to producers in the county including tree planning and planting, No-Till drill rental, and an Interseeding planter for cover crop planting.  The District also provides a manure composter and an aerator for CRP maintenance and pasture and hayland aeration.  See products and services

Contact Information

The Stutsman County SCD is located at:


1301 Business Loop East Jamestown, ND 58401

Phone:  701-252-2521 ext. 3


We are co-located in the USDA Service Center with the NRCS and FSA.



Stutsman County Soil Conservation District is proud to support and educate producers throughout Stutsman County. We provide educational material to schools, workshops, tree planting and products, urban conservation, equipment rentals, and water quality practices for the betterment of our community. Currently, we are working on educating every student in grades K through 8 on the importance of trees, soil, and water quality. We have two JD no-till drills for seeding grass and cover crops, and our tree program for planting windbreaks through Stutsman County. Check out our Products and Services tab for more information. 

NACDEA Conservation Studies Scholarship

2024 Conservation Studies Scholarship Topic:

"Soil is essential for growing the world food supply. What are some beneficial conservation practices producers can do to protect and enhance the soil?"

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