EMERGENCY DRAUGHT COST SHARE APPLICATIONS BEING TAKEN UNTIL NOVEMBER 28, 2022

The Rogers County Conservation District will be accepting Emergency Draught Cost Share Applications until the close of business on November 28, 2022.  You may call us at 918-341-4147, email an application to rogersccd@conservation.ok.gov or stop by our office or mail an application to 1900 W. Will Rogers Circle, Ste. C, Claremore, Ok.

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Emergency Draught Cost Share Application
Emergency Draught Cost Share Application
Application-0520.pdf
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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT OPENING

The Rogers County Conservation District is currently accepting applications for Administrative Assistant.   This is a full time position, pays $15.00 an hour and has full time benefits.  Resumes may be emailed to rogersccd@conservation.ok.gov

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Administrative Assistant Job Description
Administrative Assistant Job Description
Admin Assistant Position Description.doc
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Deer at the Reserve
Deer at the Reserve

WHAT'S NEW..........

COME SEE OUR COLORS


The Roaches are ready for Fall.


YARD BY YARD PROGRAM

Urban home participating in Yard by Yard program
Urban home participating in Yard by Yard program

The yard revolution has begun!  Join us in becoming a good steward of your piece of Earth!  Urban citizens can make a big difference in their communities with the addition of even a few "earth friendly" practices.  More information.....


RAIN GARDEN:  FISCAL YEAR 22 MAJOR PROJECT

Completed Rain Garden
Completed Rain Garden

For the past several years the Rogers County Conservation District has planned and implemented a major project.  For fiscal year 22 ,a rain garden with interpretive signage and technology was built on the Reserve to demonstrate water quality, soil health, wildlife habitat, and species diversity to the public.   The District worked with the students at the Northeast Technology Center to complete this project.  This project was built in response to a working agreement between the District and the City of Claremore to provide education and outreach to the citizens of Rogers County to promote water quality.  

 

RAIN GARDEN STEP BY STEP



NEW PAVED TRAILS AT THE RESERVE

The Rogers County Conservation District would like to thank The Rogers County Commissioners Education Trust for their financial support for resurfacing over 2 miles of trails at the Rogers State University Conservation Reserve.  We would also like to thank Denny Hardin and the crew of D&S Paving for laying the asphalt on the trails.