CONSERVATION COST SHARE PROGRAMS

Native Pasture in Rogers County
Native Pasture in Rogers County

The Oklahoma Legislature established the State Cost-Share Program in 1998 to assist land owners with conservation practices such as but not limited to herbaceous weed spraying, burning, grass planting, nutrient management, ponds and cross-fencing.  The District board obtains input from citizens and other local agencies to determine which conservation practices will be the most beneficial to its constituents and included in the current fiscal year's programs.  This past fiscal year the District has been working on State Cost-Share Program Year 23 and initiating Program Year 24.  Since the inception of this program, contracts have been developed with Rogers County providing $XXXXX and landowners providing $XXXXXX for their share of the cost of the conservation practice totaling $XXXXXXXXX. 


Applications for Cost Share Program 24 are no longer being accepted.  More information will be posted here as new cost share programs open up.