Lahontan Conservation District

to provide technical resource and educational services to people, groups, and agencies by identifying resource issues and creating programs to address these issues.

Conservation districts work for the conservation and proper development of the state’s natural resources by taking available technical, financial and educational resources, and coordinating them to meet the needs of landowners and land users. They often work in cooperation with counties, the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, as well as other public and private agencies for the conservation of soil, water and related natural resources.

Contact information for Nevada conservation districts can change quickly. If you have trouble, please contact the Nevada Conservation Districts Program for information about individual conservation districts.

Contact Lahontan Conservation District

Contact Lahontan Conservation District

Jackie Bogdanowicz
111 Sheckler Road
Fallon, Nevada  89406
Phone: (775) 423-5124 x101


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Churchill County, Nevada

Related Success Stories for Lahontan Conservation District

Restoring Farmland in Nevada
Conservation partners are working to find ways, both vegetative and non-vegetative, to permanently protect farmland soils from wind erosion after irrigation water is removed.