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2018 Summer District Newsletter
The Wild Rice Soil Conservation District just completed our Summer Newsletter. The newsletter is sent out electronically to all Sargent County producers that we have email addressess on file for. If you did not receive the email on July 10th you may have to check the settings on your email service and/or your Junk Mail. If you did not recieve it we may not have a correct email on file for you so please provide an updated email at the bottom of this page. To view the newsletter you can also open this hyperlink.
As an office we are aways looking at how to further enhance our service to producers in Sargent County that are looking to implement conservation on their land. We have put together a simple 1 question survey that lists some of the services we have come up with that people may be interested in us providing to the public. To participate in this short survey, all you have to do is open this hyperlink, click all services that peak your interest, and click Submit.
Keep North Dakota Clean
The "Keep North Dakota Clean" contest celebrates it's 50th birthday this year. The contest serves as a great avenue to engage students in expanding their knowledge of conservation efforts that impact everyone. Every year the Wild Rice Soil Conservation District works with area schools in rewarding students who choose to participate in the contest by donating a tree to them. This year Marcus Mathias (pictured below and left) from North Sargent School and Xingi Li (pictured below and right) from Sargent Central School each received a Colorado blue spruce tree from the district to recognize their efforts.
Next Board Meeting: July 11th at 8 am. Please contact us if you would like to get on the agenda.
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"The Lord will indeed give what is good, and our land will yield its harvest" - Psalms 85:12 -
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