Conferences

Resource Management Conference
Since 1984, the Tulsa County Conservation District has held an annual conference to educate the public about the conservation of natural resources. Past conferences include:

2008: Going Greener with Low Impact Development
2007: Building A Greener Green Country: A Sustainable Approach To Development
2006: Managing Natural Resources: Protecting Our Water(s)
2005: Building Tulsa’s Future: A River Runs Through It
2004: Stewardship of Urban Environment
2003: Stormwater Quality Phase II for Builders & Developers
2002: Stormwater Quality Phase II Conference
2001: EPA Tools for Watershed Management Workshop
2000: Stewardship of Tulsa’s Natural Resources
1999: Urban Ecology: Protecting Tulsa Area Resources
1998: Tulsa’s Challenge: Protecting Watersheds
1997: Managing Your Urban Lake

Pasture & Pond Management Workshops
Free Workshops are presented to local farmers and ranchers on best management practices for pastures and ponds. The Conservation District received Grazing Lands Conservation Initiative (GLCI) Grant in 2001 and 2003 to cover expenses for the Pasture Management Workshop.