Improved Irrigation Management & Efficiencies
Protecting Groundwater Resources
Rural and Urban Conservation Education
Primary Resource Concerns
Water Availability, Quantity, & Quality
Best Management Practices
District Meeting information
Meetings are held every other month on the last Tuesday of the month (Jan, March, May, July, Sept., Nov.)
Location: 104 W. Baseline Road, Buckeye, AZ 85326
The next meeting is scheduled for: TBD @ 10:00 a.m.
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About the District
The Buckeye Valley Natural Resource Conservation District (NRCD) is located west of Phoenix. The District is mainly composed of arid desert shrub lands with some grasslands at higher elevations. The main agricultural production is irrigated farmlands based on ground water. Cattle ranching is the main use of the remainder of the District, although carrying capacities are generally low. Wildlife values low due to the airidity.
The District coordinates cost sharing and technical assistance from NRCS and other agencies for landowners and managers in the District. Practices such as fencing and water development on rangelands along with improved irrigation facilities, water management, and crop rotations on irrigated lands are examples of the measures used to improve water and soil conservation and productivity.
- Terrain: Mostly arid desert shrublands with some grasslands at higher elevations
Irrigated farmlands and cattle ranching.
- Travis Gable, Chairman
- Todd Rovey, Vice-Chairman
- Rick Sutter, Supervisor
- Mike Hardin, Supervisor