How your Conservation District Works For
Have you ever wondered how the Rogers
County Conservation District helps the community you live in?
Click here to read a short article of one of the ways we help protect your safety
if you live in an area of Rogers County that may have an abandoned coal
VIAN HIGH SCHOOL TAKES FIRST AND SECOND
PLACE AT LAND JUDGING CONTEST HELD AT THE RESERVE WITH PRAGUE TAKING THIRD
Each team consisted of 3-4 members. Each team member
examined the soil at 4 different locations to determine drainage, texture,
depth, erosion, slope and permeability.
INFORMATION ABOUT THE RUNS SCHEDULED AT THE RESERVE.
WE ARE NOW SCHEDULING GROUPS FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER OF 2014.
Let us help
you pick a program for your group at the Reserve....
Do to staffing changes at the
Rogers County Conservation District we will not be able to see groups
larger than 40 students. Some groups may need to be even smaller
depending on the subject being studied. We apologize for the inconvenience.
THE ROGERS COUNTY CONSERVATION DISTRICT WOULD LIKE TO THANK ATWOODS
AND WAREHOUSE MARKET OF CLAREMORE FOR THEIR SUPPORT OF OUR EDUCATION
Rogers County Conservation District Board meetings schedule:
May 1, June 5, July 3, August 7, September
4, October 2, November 6, December 4, 2014.
Rogers County Conservation District Board Meeting
will be held at 4:00 p.m. at 1900 W. Will Rogers
Circle, Claremore, Oklahoma. The agenda will be posted 24 hours
prior to each board meeting.