Become a Soil and Water District Conservationist (Cooperator)

If you are interested in protecting, improving and developing the natural resources on your land, you can become an official WCSWCD Conservationist, formerly known as a Cooperator.

After implementing recommended conservation practices, you can then apply to become a District Conservationist. To become a Conservationist,  complete the process for certifying a property you own as a Conservation Landscape. A District representative will make a follow up visit to certify that the property follows our recommended practices, outlined in the certification checklist.  Conservationists receive signs to post on their property if desired and a certificate. Please contact us to inquire about the Conservationist-Land Certification program.