Crook SWCD invites you to our

48th Annual Meeting

Prineville Golf Club | December 16th

We look forward to the annual meeting as an important chance to connect with landowners and partners.

This year Greg Jackle, District Wildlife Biologist, will give a presentation on the research that Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is doing to track mule deer migrations in order to better understand population trends. Crook SWCD uses this type of data to focus our habitat restoration work within the county.    

Annual business meeting and dinner will follow.

Please RSVP by December 9th to:

join us
5:30 pm

Andrew Walch

New OWEB Small Grant Funding Available

Small grants have a quick turn around and allow us to get projects implemented quickly.  

If you have an idea for a project give us a call (541) 447-3548


Voluntary conservation work on private lands is essential for sage-grouse. See how we are getting landowners engaged.


Weed of the Quarter

Spotted knapweed is found all over Crook County and spreads easily. Learn what you can to do keep it under control.

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Winter is Here

Is your water staying where you want it? 


Do you thrive on

Crook County Soil and Water?

Send us your best photo of your favorite county resources and we will enter you in our quarterly contest for an SWCD hat!

Crook County Soil & Water Conservation District

498 S.E. Lynn Blvd.

Prineville, OR  97754

(541) 447-3548

(541) 416-2115 FAX

EST. 1972