Campbell County Conservation District's Long Range Plan Survey
Help us develop our plan to meet our communities needs for the next 5-years with this short survey.
The mission of the Campbell County Conservation District is to provide leadership for the conservation of Campbell County’s soils and water, protect the agricultural resource base, promote the control of soil erosion, promote and protect the quality and quantity of Campbell County’s water and all other natural resources, preserve and enhance wildlife habitat, protect the tax base and promote the health, safety and general welfare of the county through responsible conservation ethic.
Where do you live?
Please rank the five most important groups you feel the CCCD should reach with education/services. 1 being the most important.
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Ranchers/ Agriculture producers
Small Acreage Owners
Schools
Urban Citizens
Local Politicians
Please rank the 5 most important natural resource issues facing our community. 1 being the most important.
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Water Quality: pollution, erosion, sedimentation
Water Quantity: drought, flooding, stormwater managment
Rangeland Health: soil health, weeds, wildfire
Forest Health: firebreak, forest managment, bark beetles
Government Regulations: endangered species, transparancy, Farm Bill
Urban: subdivisions, viewshed, pet waste
Did you participate in or have knowledge of the following programs/services offered by the CCCD? Check all that apply.
What natural resource programs are you personally the most interested in?
Select how you receive information from the CCCD.
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