Underwood Conservation District (UCD) helps landowners and land managers enhance and protect natural resources on a voluntary basis. This can include assistance such as conservation planning with attention to forest planting and thinning, water and soil protection, wildlife habitat improvement, wildfire risk reduction (Firewise) and much more. UCD can also help arrange for cost sharing assistance in implementing projects that improve or protect natural resources. Like other conservation districts, UCD is a not-for-profit, non-regulatory agency, available to assist landowners in natural resource conservation.
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UCD News and Announcements
We are now accepting orders for tree and shrub seedlings!
Offered again this year – native meadow grass and wildflower seed mixes!
CLICK HERE to see details and to order.
Sign-up for Underwood Conservation District’s E-Newsletter
Stay in the know about upcoming workshops and events as well as news items for farmers, orchardists and forestland owners. Also, learn about conservation-oriented grant programs and UCD’s native plant sale through UCD’s e-newsletter. Sign up below, or email Carly at firstname.lastname@example.org (we won’t share your information).