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. . .
CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE
Because of a USDA Building Use Policy, the Conservation District will no longer be able to sell Rain Barrels directly from the Conservation District Office.
As a result, we will be suspending Rain Barrel sales if and until other arrangements for storage and sales can be made. All rain barrel stock on-hand has been sold.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
FISH DAY - JUNE 3rd 12 noon - 3 p.m. Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds Buy fish to stock your pond.
TREE AND NATIVE PLANT SALES The Conservation District conducts sales of tree & shrub seedlings and native wildflower and prairie grass plants for conservation uses, such as: reforestation, wildlife habitat establishment, erosion control, windbreaks and screens, and landscape naturalizing.
Sales are conducted each spring. The next sales will be in Spring 2018.