News & Updates

Soil Sense Podcast

Posted on 04-17-2020

Have you listened to the Soil Sense Podcast put together by NDSU-Extension called Soil Sense...

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Attention: Hours Update

Posted on 03-18-2020

Attention: the USDA Service Center in Forman is open normal hours but the door will now be locked to the general public and visitors can only be BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. The Wild Rice SCD, NRCS, and FSA will be happy to assist you over the phone or email. Please.....

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Important Deadlines Approaching

Posted on 03-04-2020

The Wild Rice Soil Conservation District wants to take a minute and send out a reminder to all our producers about some upcoming deadlines in the USDA Forman Service Center....

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Important Deadlines Approaching

Helping Hands for Farm Lands

Posted on 02-10-2020

“Helping Hands for Farm Lands” is an informational session geared to help farmers get to know the partnerships available to them in Sargent County...

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Helping Hands for Farm Lands

Achievement Award Winner Banquet

Posted on 02-06-2020

The Wild Rice Soil Conservation District held its annual Achievement Award Winner Banquet on February 5th at the Coteau des Prairies Lodge...

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2019 Achievement Award

Posted on 12-05-2019

The Wild Rice Soil Conservation District's 2019 Achievement Award winner was the Gulleson Farm & Ranch LLP. The Gulleson's have a diverse crop and cattle operation that over the last several years have utilized the EQIP and 319 programs to implement soil...

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2019 Achievement Award

Welcome New District Conservationist - Jacob Johnson

Posted on 11-22-2019

The Wild Rice Soil Conservation District is very excited to welcome Jacob Johnson to the team as out new District Conservationist. He is an avid outdoorsman and spends his free time hunting and trapping. Read Jacob’s full bio here...

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Welcome New District Conservationist - Jacob Johnson

New District Technician

Posted on 11-12-2019

Kelsey Hedlund is our new District Technician for the Wild Rice Soil Conservation District in Forman. Kelsey grew up in East Grand Forks, Minnesota and went to college at the University of Minnesota-Crookston where she studied Natural Resource Management...

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New District Technician

2019 Eco Ed Day

Posted on 10-09-2019

Wild Rice Soil Conservation District and NRCS held the annual Eco Ed day on September 12, 2019. 55 students from three schools attended. Students heard presentations on variety of different topics about the environment......

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2019 Eco Ed Day

New Services Offered in 2019

Posted on 09-01-2019

As a Conservation District we are always trying to adapt to the needs of folks here in Sargent County. This year we are expanding our services to help people who are trying to get trees established to increase their odds. This summer we will offer Fabric...

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New Services Offered in 2019

2019 Achievement Award Banquet

Posted on 08-20-2019

On January 25, 2019; the Wild Rice Soil Conservation District held it's annual Achievement Award Banquet at The Springs in Gwinner. This year we honored Dennis and Nick McLaen for the conservation work done on their farm. They have implemented no-till farming...

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2019 Achievement Award Banquet

New Supervisors to the Wild Rice

Posted on 08-15-2019

The Wild Rice Soil Conservation District welcomes Eric Delahoyde and Rhonda Throener as new supervisors to the district. The district is excited to add in their expertise and background to our board. They join current members Duayne Baldwin, Joe Breker, and...

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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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