News & Updates

Now Hiring a Part-Time Janitor

Posted on 05-04-2022

Wild Rice Soil Conservation District is now hiring a part-time janitor...

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Now Hiring a Part-Time Janitor

Now Hiring a District Technician

Posted on 02-04-2022

Wild Rice Soil Conservation District is now hiring a District Technician. Duties: Coordinate & plant tree plantings with weed barrier, cover crops & grass seeding for CRP. Responsible for sales of seed, trees & weed barrier. Oversee summer staff during field...

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Now Hiring a District Technician

Meet Emily Colson - Soil Conservationist

Posted on 11-15-2021

Meet the newest member of our team! Emily Colson is joining us as a NRCS Soil Conservationist in Forman, ND...

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Meet Emily Colson - Soil Conservationist

CSSP Mark Gainor Field Day

Posted on 10-28-2021

Our CSSP held our field day on September 23rd at our demo site at Mark Gainor’s field southeast of Milnor. Attendees learned about our soybean population, aerial seeding cover crop projects, and more...

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CSSP Mark Gainor Field Day

Wild Rice SCD 2021 High Tunnel Workshop

Posted on 10-25-2021

The Wild Rice SCD held our high tunnel workshop on September 21st outside our office in Forman. Topics included in the workshop ranged from program assistance to utilizing produce...

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Wild Rice SCD 2021 High Tunnel Workshop

North Dakota Eco Ed Day at Silver Lake

Posted on 09-25-2021

Last week, on Sept. 16, 2021, Wild Rice Soil Conservation District hosted their annual North Dakota Eco Ed Day at Silver Lake for all three of our county schools...

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North Dakota Eco Ed Day at Silver Lake

Mark Gainor Field Day

Posted on 09-17-2021

Next Thursday, September 23rd, CCSP will be hosting the Mark Gainor Field Day...

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Mark Gainor Field Day

2021 Wild Rice SCD High Tunnel Workshop

Posted on 09-14-2021

2021 Wild Rice SCD High Tunnel Workshop will be held on Tuesday, September 21st. For more information, see the event brochure...

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2021 Wild Rice SCD High Tunnel Workshop

Update: Harmful Algae Blooms Are Here

Posted on 09-08-2021

Update: The NDDEQ will monitor the waterbody every week until the toxins have reached a reduced level and then every two weeks until test strips indicate the toxin levels are low...

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Update: Harmful Algae Blooms Are Here

Importance of Thinning

Posted on 08-20-2021

The carrots in this picture were all harvested from our high tunnel on July 21st . Find out why you should be thinning you carrots to ensure maximum potential. ...

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Importance of Thinning

Scholarship Announcement

Posted on 07-26-2021

Jaden Anderson was awarded a $250 scholarship by the Wild Rice Soil Conservation District for 2021....

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Scholarship Announcement

Harmful Algae Blooms Are Here

Posted on 07-20-2021

It’s that time of year again. Warm, still water coupled with an excess of the normal nutrients found in our bodies of water can lead to toxic algae blooms. Not only is this situation unsightly and foul-smelling, but it can also pose a serious health hazard to ...

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Harmful Algae Blooms Are Here

About Us

It is the goal of the Wild Rice Soil Conservation District to educate and help the local land users (for conservation of soil) right here in Sargent County. We do this by offering a variety of services and making available various technical, financial, and educational resources.

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8991 Hwy 32 Suite 2
Forman, ND 58032

Phone: 701-724-6226 Ext 3
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