Clearwater Soil and Water Conservation Districtlast updated: June 2015


To provide local leadership to educate and assist the public on the wise stewardship of soil, water, air, plants, and animal resources, and to promote strong conservation partnerships to find practical, economical solutions to natural resource problems and coordinate their implementation.

Conservation Districts are the primary entities to provide assistance to private landowners and land users in the conservation, sustainment, improvement and enhancement of Idaho’s natural resources. They are catalysts for coordinating and implementing conservation programs, channeling expertise from all levels of government into action at the local level. Programs are non-regulatory, providing science-based technical assistance, incentive-based financial programs, and informational and educational programs at the local level.

Both by legislation and by agreement, the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service and the Idaho State Soil and Water Conservation Commission provide technical assistance to landowners and land users through Conservation Districts. Each Conservation District in Idaho has a signed Mutual Agreement with the Secretary of Agriculture and the Governor of Idaho that establishes a framework for cooperation.

The Clearwater SWCD has a Five-Year Resource Conservation Business Plan that not only guides the District in their long-term conservation resource management goals and priorities, but also encourages cooperation among landowners, government agencies, private organizations, and elected officials.

Contact Clearwater Soil and Water Conservation District

Contact Clearwater Soil and Water Conservation District

Cathy Bolin
Office Manager
12730 Hwy 12
Suite C
Orofino, Idaho  83544-9010
Phone: (208) 476-5313 x110
Fax: (208) 476-7365


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Clearwater County, Idaho

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