Dickinson County Conservation District - Find us at the USDA Service Center in Abilene, KS

 Dickinson County Conservation District

"Conservation is a state of harmony between men and land."   Aldo Leopold
Important Dates   
  1. Title 21
  2. Title 22
  3. Title 23
  4. Title 24
  5. Title 25
  6. Title 26
  7. Title 27
  8. Title 28
  9. Title 29
  10. Title 30
  11. Title 31
  12. Title 32
  13. Title 33
  14. Title 34
  15. Title 35
  16. Title 36
  17. Title 37
  18. Title 38
  19. Title 39
  20. Title 40
  • February 14 - Valentine's Day
  • February 19 - OFFICE CLOSED - Washington's Birthday
  • March 12 - Regular Board Meeting


Seeding Dates:
Cool Season Grasses (brome, fescue)
             • Aug. 15-Oct. 1
             • Dec. 1-April 15 (best dates)
Warm Season Grasses (native mix)
             • Dec. 1-May 15 (best for forbs)
             • March 15-May 15 (best dates)
Prescribed burn dates
             • CRP: Feb. 1-April 15
             • Depending on soils, July 16-Aug. 31
               (contact FSA/ NRCS for more information)

             • Rangeland: April 1-May 5











Dickinson County Conservation District is a locally led organization dedicated to actively promoting the prudent, enduring, and sustainable use of our precious natural resources.

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Conservation District

Board of Supervisors:

Dennis Marston, Chairman
Darren Haney, Vice Chairman
Raymond Bielefeld, Treasurer
Francis Anderson, Member
Dennis Chartier, Member


Cindy Dooley, District Manager
Brian Lang, Drill Manager
Natural Resources Conservation Service

Kenny Bowell, Supervisory District  Conservationist
Danny Carroll, Soil Conservation Technician


Farm Service Agency (FSA)

Braden Stueve, County Executive Director:
Ellen Alvarez, Program Technician
Tonya Askew, Program Technician
Sandy Johnson, Program Technician
Deb Marston, Program Technician
Michele Snowball, Program Technician