The State of Idaho has ten RC&D Areas, providing assistance throughout the state. A citizens group called a Council leads each of the areas. Membership in these Councils represent official sponsoring organizations, which include American Indian tribes, county governments, soil and water conservation districts, towns, local organizations, special districts and others. These local leaders focus on the environmental, economic and social needs of their area by assisting sponsors with projects relating to community development, land conservation, environmental enhancement and water management to enhance the quality of life.
To learn more about the Resource Conservation and Development Program and the people involved, check out the National RC&D page or your local RC&D Area from the Idaho RC&D page.
- Idaho RC&D Association Home Page
- Western RC&D Association Home Page
- National RC&D Home Page
- Idaho NRCS Home Page
- Southwest Idaho RC&D
- West Central Highlands RC&D
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