Stutsman County, North Dakota
Soil Conservation District
& 319 Watershed Projects
Soil Conservation District NEWS
2021 spring season is almost here. The district will be out tree planting, running drills around to producers, implementing better management practices in watersheds across Stutsman County, and being here to help in any way we can.
Remember to go out and check fabric on trees. Trees will eventually grow into the fabric, which can cause girdling of the trees.
Cover crops on top/ Fencing on the right
1590 JD no-till drill for rent
Come stop in and order trees for this next year: The sooner we start a plan, the better! Especially if you want to apply for Cost Sharing!
"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.
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 Equipment page and Tree & Product page for details.
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.