Comanche County Conservation District recently announced the availability of funds for cost-share assistance on selected conservation practices benefiting soil and water conservation. The state of Oklahoma has provided limited funds to our conservation district to help landowners implement measures to protect soil and water resources.
Conservation practices available for cost-share assistance through the Comanche County Conservation District include
• Water well
• Water facility
• Cross fence, and all other practices offered.
Applicants filing an application and conservation plan must have records setup with a Farm Service Agency to qualify for a cost-share payment. Participant needs to be a resident of Comanche County or own land in Comanche County. An eligible person shall file an application for allocated funds and a conservation plan approved by the district in which the eligible person’s land is located. The percentage of cost-share will be 75% of total billing not to exceed $2,500.00. Practice cannot be started or finished until approved by the district. The Comanche County Conservation District is accepting applications immediately through April 23, 2021.
Applications will be available for pickup at our office in the foyer. After completion of the application please place in the drop off box in the foyer. For more information, contact the Comanche County Conservation District at (580) 353-0532. The district office is located at 1606 N.W. Lawton Ave. in Lawton. Office hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.