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·       Fremont Conservation District Launches E-Newsletter

Thank you for reading the inaugural edition of The FCD Bulletin. This e-newsletter will replace the previously printed Rocky Mountain Conservation Times and focus on conservation news and topics in and around Fremont County. If you have suggestions for what you would like to see in future editions of The FCD Bulletin, please contact us at our District office.

·       Fremont Conservation District By-Laws Update

The Fremont Conservation District voted to update its district by-laws for the first time since 1984. Changes include striking the word ‘soil’ from the district title and allowing a simple majority of two or more board members to constitute a quorum for monthly meetings except for meetings which concern the adoption of an annual budget.



·       78th Annual Landowner’s Banquet

The Fremont Conservation District held its 78th Annual Landowner’s Banquet on Friday April 19th. Thank you to our guest speaker, Water Commissioner Dan Henrichs, and to all our attendees. Survey’s reflecting on the Fremont Conservation District’s services were collected with the main result being a community consensus on the need for more youth involvement and outreach in both agriculture and conservation.  

·       Local Work Group Meeting

The Fremont Conservation District partnered with the National Resource Conservation Service to host a Local Work Group on Friday April 12th. Speakers presented on topics such as 811, GIS mapping, and the Co-Ag Weather Station Network. Thank you to our guest speakers and all other attendees.



·       Fremont Conservation District Awards

The Fremont Conservation District is proud to announce an annual Conservation Awards Program. Each year Fremont Conservation District will accept nominations in the following categories: Farmer, Rancher, Forester, Vineyard, Small Acreage Landowner, Local Business, Outstanding Project, and Outstanding Educator. To nominate a Fremont County resident for one or more of these awards, please contact our District office.

·       Camp Rocky

The Fremont Conservation District is proud to sponsor scholarships to Camp Rocky. Camp Rocky is an educational, residential camp for ages 14-17 who enjoy the outdoors and are interested in natural resources, agriculture, or environmental science. The Camp will happen in Divide, Colorado from July 7th-12th. For more information, please visit our website(, or contact our District office.



·       Memorial Day—Monday May 27th. District office will be closed.

·       Fremont Conservation District Monthly Meeting

Wednesday June 5th, 6:00 p.m.

USDA Service Center 248 Dozier Ave, Canon City, CO 81212.

The public is invited to attend this event. 


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Phone: 719-315-3417

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USDA Service Center                                         

248 Dozier Ave                                                       

Canon City, CO 81212                                       

Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8-4