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COVID-19 Response and Public Access to Our Office

The Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District continues to monitor impacts and precautions surrounding COVID-19, including recommendations by the CDC and orders issued by Governor Little. Our top priority is the health and safety of our citizens. In order to ensure the safest possible environment, we are limiting access to our facilities, restricting travel and canceling planned gatherings of ten or more people.

If you need to conduct business with the NPSWCD, please call ahead to schedule an appointment, or handle business by phone or email whenever possible.

As of March 18, 2020, The NPSWCD’s office is closed to the general public until further notice. The office phone lines are open at 208-843-2931. An answering service has been set up to receive calls 7 days per week and 24 hours per day. Please leave a detailed message in order for us to provide the fastest response.

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Phone: 208-843-2931
Email NPSWCD

The NPSWCD follows the updates from Nez Perce County. Click below to redirect to Nez Perce County website for COVID-19 updates:

Nez Perce County COVID-19 webpage

Introduction to the Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District

Welcome

For over 75 years the Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District has been committed to supporting the conservation and wise use management of Nez Perce County's natural resources.

Today, the District continues to meet the needs of landowners and land users throughout the area. The District offers information and technical guidance as well as financial cost share assistance to individuals with land or resource needs and concerns.

Land ownership, resource conditions, technology and societal values may change as the years pass but healthy and productive resources, whether land or water, will be dependent on the continuing development and application of conservation practices.

District Mission

To be the primary entity leading non-regulatory efforts in the conservation sustainment improvement, and enhancement of Nez Perce County’s natural resources.

District Vision

A county with a sustainable landscape.












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