Your local source for natural resource management assistance.
We're here to help you with your conservation and natural resource needs.
The Washtenaw County Conservation District is a local agency of Michigan state government that assists Washtenaw County landowners and residents with the conservation and management of their natural resources.
With direct technical assistance or referrals to other experts, we're your local source for conservation and natural resource management.
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What's New. . .
Complete Our 2016 Resource Assessment Survey Every five years the District conducts an assessment to identify natural resource issues to concern.
FISH DAY - June 4th 12 noon - 3 p.m. Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds Buy fish to stock your pond! Bass, Catfish, Perch, Sunfish, Trout and Minnows available. Check out the Fish Day page for more details: http://www.washtenawcd.org/fish-day.html
Rain Barrels Looking for a rain barrel? Contact the District Office about on-hand supply and availability.
Click on "Rain Barrels" under the "Products" tab above for more information.
Plantskydd Animal Repellent All-natural, non-toxic repellent provides effective protection against deer, rabbits and other small herbivore critters. Available in ready-to-use liquid and soluble powder.
Mosquito Barrier Liquid garlic-based Mosquito Barrier® will keep mosquitoes, ticks, fleas, gnats and black flies out of your yard and away from your home for nearly a month.