These displays are set up at several meetings, community events, and business events including the Tulsa State Fair, Tulsa Home and Garden Show, Enviro Expo, Oklahoma Association of Environmental Educators, Watershed Education Events, Earth Day at the Zoo, and many more.
The Tulsa County Line is a quarterly newsletter published by the district, containing current information about conservation in Tulsa County. The newsletter is distributed to approximately 1500 people, and is paid for by local conservation related advertisers.
Each year hundreds of adults are educated about natural resources by the district. A few examples are: Garden Club presentations, neighborhood association presentations, conservation meeting presentations, and presentations to college and university students.
Creek Clean Up Watershed Education
The Conservation District holds Creek Clean Up Watershed Education events each year in partnership with the City of Tulsa to educate and involve citizens in watershed protection and pollution prevention. Past creek cleanups have benefited: Ranch Creek, Haikey Creek, Cherry Creek, Red Fork Creek, Coal Creek, Mingo Creek, Flat Rock Creek, Jones Creek, Mill Creek, Little Joe Creek, Fred Creek, Crow Creek and Mooser Creek.
Partners in our Annual Creek Clean Up include City of Tulsa, Tulsa Area Conservation Foundation, EPA, Keep Oklahoma Beautiful, The Metropolitan Environmental Trust, Midland Recycling, and many other area businesses and organizations.