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Mob Grazing/Pasture Walk a success!

On September 24th nearly 50 people gathered at Doug Darrow's Rapid Creek Ranch near Oxford for a tour of his intensive rotational grazing system. Read more in The Gazette article on this event by clicking here!




Women, Land and Legacy Upcoming events!


On Saturday November 8th from 1-4 p.m. join the Bur Oak Land Trust and Johnson WLL for a great event on tool maintenance.

For more information and to register for these events, click on event titles below in the "Upcoming Events" section.


Rural ServicesHandshaking

We can help rural farmers and homeowners conserve soil and improve water quality through state and federal cost-share and incentive programs.

Learn about Rural Services


Urban ServicesRain garden

From rain gardens to permeable pavement, we can help landowners manage water quality and soil erosion.

Learn about Urban Services


News and Announcements

CRP Sign-up started June 9th

Women, Land and Legacy Comes to Johnson County!


English River Watershed Management Authority awarded $150,000 for Comprehensive Watershed Planning


John Lundell Permeable Paver Project



Upcoming Events

November 01, 2014 9:00 AM • 1411 Sheridan Ave, Iowa City
November 03, 2014 12:30 PM • USDA Service Center 51 Escort Lane Iowa City
November 08, 2014 • 3261 500th Street SW (F62) Iowa City
April 11, 2015 • Johnson County Extension Fairgrounds building or Wetherby Park

The Johnson County Soil and

Water Conservation District and

the Natural Resources

Conservation Service can assist

you with projects related to soil, water, air, plants, or animals in Johnson County, Iowa.

We provide free technical assistance in protecting these resources and can also assist with applications for funding.

Learn more about us


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