Small farm, lots of poop.
A well-managed farm can lead to healthier animals and more productive acreage.
Healthy livestock, healthy kids, healthy land
Owning a farm is work enough; we are here to help. Find a variety of resources in the following links to improve the health of your land, animals, and community. Learn about our manure exchange program and other ways to manage manure on your property.
Get free assistance
from Clark Conservation District. We are non-regulatory and completely voluntary. Receive free and confidential advice from our qualified staff.
Request financial assistance
Protect your pastures by calling Clark Conservation District at (360) 859-4780 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
“Chickens: The pet that poops breakfast.”
Fence the poop out
By fencing out livestock from our streams and providing them alternative water sources, we can improve water quality and pasture productivity.
Sign up to learn how to keep livestock out of the stream and if financial assistance is available for you.
“If all you do is follow the herd, you’ll just be stepping in poop all day.”