About the Coos County Conservation District
The Coos County Conservation District was created in 1946 as a governmental subdivision of the state to provide local leadership and decision making for the protection of the land and water resources of the county. The CCCD represents conservation interest and priorities of the county. As such, the conservation district is fully vested in improving soil health and protecting water quality, and has a long history of managing collaborative projects which promote conservation practices. This includes hosting and promoting numerous education events and workshops throughout the region (such as 5th Grader Conservation Day, Pollinator Workshops and Soil Erosion Field Days). This approach to conservation is what has stimulated our success in the years since our establishment as an organization. The CCCD will work with all available sources public and private, local, state and federal in an effort to develop locally driven solutions to natural resource concerns.