Care of our state's soil and water resources is a responsibility all Idaho citizens share -- today and tomorrow. Although that responsibility may be unfamiliar to some, it isn't new to our fifty individual soil and water conservation districts. They are the leaders of non-regulatory, locally led natural resource conservation, and you can learn more about their work in Idaho by watching this video.
The Idaho Association of Soil Conservation Districts works as their unified voice for conservation in Idaho. Organized by district leaders in 1944, IASCD works each day to strengthen districts and further natural resource conservation in Idaho.
Please watch this short video to learn more about conservation in Idaho, and feel free to explore our website.