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. . .
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.
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2016 RESOURCE ASSESSMENT The Conservation District recently completed an assessment of resource concerns in Washtenaw County. The assessment is conducted every 5 years.
The District will use the 2016 assessment to updated its strategic plan for the next five years.
Made from recycled, food-grade plastic barrels, these composters have a small footprint, which makes them great where you have limited space for composting.
Click on "Composters" under the "Products" tab above for more information.
2016 FALL TREE SALE The Fall Tree Sale is now closed and orders can no longer be accepted.
A few extra trees will be available on a first-come, first-served basis at tree pick-up, Friday, October 14th, 2-6 p.m. and Saturday, October 15th, 9 a.m. - 12 noon, at the Conservation District Office, 7203 Jackson Road, Ann Arbor.