Founded in 1939 by the State Legislature, the Idaho Soil and Water Conservation Commission focuses on doing Conservation the Idaho Way—voluntary stewardship instead of regulatory mandates. The Commission promotes responsible stewardship by providing assistance and support for conservation projects on private lands.
There are 50 local conservation districts located from Bonners Ferry near the Canadian border down to Montpelier in the southeastern corner of the state. The districts' efforts are guided by 5-year plans containing goals, priority projects, and key conservation activities.
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