Double El Conservation District is hiring for a temporary part time position for District Conservation Technician. Duties The position assists Natural Resource Conservation Service in planning and implementing conservation practices for landowners in the District. Schedule and Benefits The position is funded by a grant that expires December 31, 2021. The position is temporary until […]
Despite the challenges faced this year of drought and COVID-19 impacts, we have worked our way through another year of accomplishments by those in our district in their conservation efforts, grants won to support local conservation efforts, living snow fences planted/maintained, scholarships awarded to the next generation of conservationists, new members welcomed into both our […]
Due to rising numbers of COVID-19 across the state, including an outbreak in our area, Agate Conservation District has indefinitely postponed their Annual Meeting, which was originally scheduled for November 10, 2020.
It is with great sadness and extreme frustration that the Double El Board of Supervisors has decided to cancel the 2020 Annual Dinner. This action is taken due to the inconsistent and unpredictable restrictions put in place by the governor. While many organizations are proceeding with various events and meetings in virtual platforms, we feel […]
Double El & Agate Conservation Districts’ office is located in a USDA service center. As such, the building must follow certain protocols as established by the federal agencies. We are still open for business, and you can connect with us via phone or email if you prefer. Notifications of pending or mandated closure of office […]
Successful grass stands are created by planning and managing the factors that are under our control, to offset the vagaries of weather. Late spring and summer are poor times for planting success, due to temperatures, hot winds and moisture levels of the soil. Preparing and planning to reduce competition from other plants and foragers for new grass seeded […]