Your local Conservation District is a great resource center and we strive to provide accurate and timely resources to the public. If we don’t have the resource or don’t know the answer – we will find it! We often receive requests for an array of different information – from ground squirrels, pine beetle kill, chemical soil testing, burn permits, and noxious weed mapping to name a few.
The CD is also a great resource for partnership projects, grant opportunities, and community events. We also have opportunites for volunteers to help with events and natural resource education.
The following resources are provided by the Gallatin Conservation District to increase the knowledge and resources available to the public of Gallatin County. We hope you find the following links useful, but if there’s other information you need please contact the Gallatin Conservation District office and we’ll be glad to help.
Calendar – Visit our calendar to find out dates for events, workshops, 310 application deadlines, and GCD 310/Business board meetings.
Conference Room Rental – Our conference room is available for rent to the public.
District Items for Sale – The district has a few landowner resources for sale at the district office.
Gallatin CD Newsletters – Informative quarterly newsletters highlighting CD and area activities. [Currently a work in progress]
Gallatin Water Supply Outlooks Reports – GCD staff creates a monthly report that describes the current water balance conditions within the Gallatin watershed. This report serves as a told to aid in our resilience to changing land use, weather, and climate conditions.
Grants & Loans – GCD has the ability to apply for grants for various natural resource-based projects on behalf of local partners and the public.
Meeting Documents – Here you will find monthly board meeting agendas and meeting minutes.
News & Publications – Here you will find news posts about events, projects, meetings, and other news.
Organizations Links – Need to contact another organization? You can find many local and statewide organization links here.