The District provides free site evaluations and technical assistance to help landowners and homeowners address drainage and erosion problems around the home and farm.
There are a wide array of best management practices and federal cost share programs available to assist local farmers and landowners. These programs can help preserve farmland, reduce erosion, protect water quality and wetlands, and enhance wildlife habitat.
State law requires farmers who fertilizer to 50 acres or more to become certified by September 30, 2017. Clermont OSU Extension offers the training required to obtain certification.