The Fond du Lac County Land and Water Conservation Department (LWCD) provides conservation planning assistance and technical service in the area of soil and water conservation to landowners, land users, and decision makers of Fond du Lac County.

Through the partnership with Federal, State, and local agencies and departments, the LWCD offers numerous programs designed to protect and enhance the natural resources of Fond du Lac County.


2018 Conservation Poster Contest Winners

Click here to see the winning posters!



We still have  trees left for the

Spring, 2018 Tree Sale

Click on the TREE SALES tab to the left for more information.

Do you live in the Pipe Creek Watershed? 

See details of a new Conservation program with cost sharing opportunities by clicking here. 



Every farmer knows that two people working together can achieve more in a day’s work than one person working alone. Farming is a complicated and demanding business. It is most always helpful to have someone there providing support, suggestions and encouragement. The Wisconsin Farm Center (WFC), part of DATCP’s Division of Agricultural Development, has been partnering with Wisconsin farmers since 1984. They have provided support and assistance for a multitude of farm issues such as business and financial planning, transition and succession planning, production concerns, starting or exiting farming, and conflict resolution. Their programs and services are designed to assist the farmer identify, analyze and resolve any challenge or opportunity farming presents.  For more information about what the Wisconsin Farm Center can do for you, visit

 or call toll-free at 1-800-942-2474


Check out our

Giving Garden!

8-22-16 harvest Collage











Do you own cropland, pastureland, forestland or a farmstead? 

Consider enrolling in the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP).  EQIP is a voluntary conservation program that assists eligible landowners with conservation work on their land.  Click here to learn more about EQIP.








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