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Conservation Planning

Every farm or ranch has its own unique natural resource problems or concerns. Whether it is large scale ranching or small acreage farming, conservation planning is an important step in achieving your management goals and objectives. The Deschutes SWCD can provide free assistance to help you assess current conditions on your farm and identify opportunities and strategies that will maintain or improve your natural resources on your farm or ranch and improve productivity. For more information about conservation planning, click the links below!

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Conservation plans to meet horse operation objectives
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Conservation Planning 
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This document will help you develop a plan on your land by assessing your resource concerns and management objectives.
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Pasture and Grazing Management in the Northwest
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Knowing your soil is the first step in understanding your farm or ranch.
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Deschutes is home to big cattle operations. A conservation plans can reduce impacts to the resources while improving operation goals and objectives.
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