What We Do
The Sheridan County Conservation District, originally known as the Reserve Soil Conservation District was the first district formed in the State of Montana on January 15, 1940. It is a non profit organization that is designed to help the public conserve soil, water, and other renewable resources. It works in partnership with the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), providing technical assistance to the private land managers.
The function of a conservation district is to take available technical, financial, and educational resources, whatever their source, and focus or coordinate them so that they meet the needs of the local land user for conservation of soil, water and related resources.
Who We Are
Board Members: Chairman Jon Bolstad , Jeff Wivholm, Terry Fink, Steve Hove, Lon Michels, Nathan Shackelford, Blake Rasmussen, and Chris Westergard
District Administrator: Taylor Fjeldheim
District Conservationist: Monica Friedrich
Soil Conservationist: Brooke Johns
Soil Conservation Technician: Ryan Young
When We Meet
Our board meetings are held the second Tuesday of every month at 8:00 a.m. in the USDA office located at 119 N. Jackson. All meetings are open to the public.