Clark Soil Conservation District

The Clark Soil Conservation District was organized in 1952 to provide voluntary land and water conservation technical and financial assistance within the District. Some conservation measures emphasized today include conservation tillage, brush control, irrigation water management, windbreaks, grazing management, use of crop residue, and irrigation system improvements.


  • Provide landowners and users with a legal mechanism to cooperate with one another and with state, local and federal agencies in establishing sound soil and water conservation measures within the district.
  • Encourage each landowner to put all land and water resources to the most beneficial use and treat each acre in accordance with its needs for protection and improvement.
  • Make technical, financial and educational resources available and coordinate them to meet the needs of the local land manager with conservation of soil, water and related natural resources

Contact Clark Soil Conservation District

Contact Clark Soil Conservation District

Robbie Taylor
Administrative Assistant
302 Profit St.
Rexburg, Idaho  83440
Phone: (208) 356-5701
Fax: (208) 356-7240


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Madison County, Idaho