Seedling Tree Program Seedling trees pickup date will be near the end of May due to adjustments made in regards to COVID-19 disruptions. Letters will be sent out to those who purchased seedling trees with full details on date/time for pickup once details are finalized. If you ordered seedling trees and haven’t received your letter […]
While spring season means we are on the lookout for noxious weeds, it’s all the time of year to supplement or add back in native plants that are beneficial to our pollinators. “Three-fourths of the world’s flowering plants and about 35 percent of the world’s food crops depend on animal pollinators to reproduce. More than […]
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 […]
Why is the USDA conducting this survey? Local irrigation organizations make critical investments and operational decisions with a large influence on agricultural water management. The Survey of Irrigation Organizations will provide a greater understanding of the choices that these organizations make, the constraints that they face, and how this influences agricultural drought resilience. Over the […]
View and download fact sheets provided for the top most commonly found noxious weeds in our area, including pictures to aide in identification.