Conservation District Corner

(This page was updated June 19, 2020)

Kansas Conservation Districts are proud to be leading the way in promoting soil health.  Soil health is the key to the future productivity of agriculture and the production of our natural resources.  The overall goal continues to be increasing conservation on the ground by bringing people together in locally-led soil conservation efforts. 

By focusing more attention on soil health and by educating the public about the positive impact healthy soils can have on productivity and conservation, we can help farmers and ranchers feed the world more profitably and sustainably, now and for generations to come.


Upcoming Events





Award Recognition

2019 Governor's Recognition of Conservation Districts
Presented by State Conservation Commission(SCC) at the SCC luncheon
Kansas Association of Conservation Districts Annual Meeting
November 24, 2019

20-Year Awards - Supervisors

20-Year Awards - District Employees

50-Year Awards - Supervisors

2020 KACEE Award Winner - Keila Sherman

Congratulations to Keila Sherman, District Manager of the Greenwood County Conservation District, for being selected as the recipient of the Kansas Association for Conservation and Environmental Education Excellence (KACEE) in Conservation and Environmental Education Award.  Keila will receive her award at the 2020 Excellence in Conservation and Environmental Education Awards Celebration later this year at Sunset Zoo Nature Exploration Center in Manhattan. 

See the story "District Manager to Receive KACEE Award" in the Greenwood County Conservation District Spring 2020 Newsletter.


Kansas Agriculture magazine features Kansas Conservation Districts in story 

Read the story online at and on page 32 of the digital magazine at