CCCD hosts educational field days and events for farmers and landowners on topics related to soil health, forages, and conservation practices. Check our EVENTS page for upcoming events.
Our District Program Assistant is available for classroom conservation demonstrations that teach students about soil, water, erosion, and agriculture. Lessons are usually tailored to the grades curriculum and what they are studying at the moment. Examples of lessons are: What is a Watershed?, Leave No Trace (Tread Lightly), Erosion and Permeability, Measuring Slopes, Water Quality Monitoring Demonstrations and Workshops.
Catoosa County Conservation District participates in the National Association of Conservation District's Poster Contest. Poster contest entries are due by the last week in April. Click here for more information.
We award a yearly scholarship to high school students that are interested and have excelled in conservation or agricultural related fields. 2021 scholarship application is due February 1.