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Dewey County Conservation District

Soil Conservation - Equipment rental

         Oklahoma Emergency 

             Drought Program 

        Second Application period  

     Now till November - 28, 2022

Practices: Water wells, pipelines, pumpling plant, Watering Facility, Heavy Use Area Protection, Cover Crop for erosion control,forage and biomass planting (excluding bermuda) Pasture Tap, Pond-out

There May or May not be funding Available for these Applications

Maximum per producer $7,500

80% cost share of installation cost



Things are changing in the way producers should look at their farms. The soil is a living organism, just as our bodies are. We have no problem with feeding and drink water for us. So what about your soil on your farms. There are three demonstations being done around the state on soll health. They are in Dewey County, Kay County and Greer County. We will be monitoring these sites with the assistance of NRCS. Be watching for further information to be posted as the projects progress along.

USDA Statement

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