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Introducing our Quarterly Newsletter

The hope with this newsletter is that you as landowners will see what the Conservation District has been up to, plans to do and programs available for you.  Please contact us to get on the mailing list and be sure to share with anyone who might want to be included in the mailing list.  If you have any questions or feedback please feel free to reach out.

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Blue Skies and Yellow Fields

NRCS/Bent Conservation District Survey

Every year NRCS asks the conservation districts to conduct a survey of their landowners to define the biggest need for each district in the state.  They use this information to allocate funds to various projects.  Like everything else, the only way to get money where it is needed is to get you, the landowners', feedback.  Please take a moment to fill out the survey by either printing the document, then either scan and email to, mail, or drop it by the office at 760 Bent Ave.  The easiest way to complete the survey is by clicking the button that will take you to the online version and as soon as you complete and hit submit, the district will receive it.  We value your input and will not share your information with any one else.

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Rangeland Tour

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Robin and Pat Karney
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Grissom and Brown
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Bent CD hosted a range tour on September 12, 2018


The tour visited Karney Land and Cattle Ranch and Brown Brothers Ranch.  Grady Grissom, partner and manager on the Rancho Largo, from Walsenburg Colorado was the guest speaker.  Grissom was the recipient of the 2017 

Leopold Conservation Award for Colorado.  The main topic of the tour addressed drought management.


For more information on Grady Grissom, follow the link below: