Partnerships are critical to advancing good stewardship - conservation. Since 1939, Idaho's traditional conservation partners are:
Landowners Farmers, ranchers and other landowners are the most important part of the voluntary conservation partnership. Without their willing cooperation, boots-on-the-ground conservation wouldn't get done on private property.
State The Conservation Commission provides financial and technical support to conservation districts statewide. Offers services and programs including providing low-interest loans to landowners for equipment and projects with conservation benefits.
USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) also provides technical assistance to districts and landowners.
Local Conservation districts are the boots on the ground helping landowners implement projects. Districts, in addition to state funding, receive financial and in-kind support from cities, counties, other government agencies, and nonprofit groups.