Boone County Conservation District

Boone County Conservation District


Mission Statement: The mission of the Boone County Conservation District is to promote the protection and wise use of natural resources through education and service to the citizens of Boone County. 

You may e-mail questions and comments regarding the Boone County Conservation District to Megan Clere [E-MAIL].

The Boone County Conservation Board meets on the Third Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at their offices in the Lower Level of the Boone County Extension Service building, 6028 Camp Ernst Road.

Conservation Kids Camp applications now available through March 31st!

Mark your calendars!
June 12-14, 2018
9 a.m. - 4 p.m. each day

At Conservation Kids Camp, our campers will explore the forests, fields, soils and streams of Boone County as they learn about local natural resources. Experts from across the state will guide them through fishing, hiking, crafts, and adventure activities. Campers will strengthen connections to each other and the natural world while building outdoor and leadership skills. And the lunches are great, too!!

Camp will take place at the beautiful Potter's Ranch in Union, KY. Learn more about the location here.

Students aged 9-12 are welcome to register. Download the application here or contact Susan for more information: email or call 859-586-7903 x 3.

Gunpowder Creek Watershed selected as National Water Quality Initiative Pilot Project for Northern Kentucky!

lowergunpowder_custom_2NWQI Project Information

This project, one of four in the state, provides financial and technical assistance to indi
vidual landowners and agricultural producers interested in voluntarily reducing the amount of contaminants washing from their lands into the water system. The overall goal of this initiative is to improve water quality and increase the recreational benefits of Gunpowder Creek. To learn more about this project or how you can participate, call our main office or email JT McMullen, Regional NWQI Coordinator, at



4 th

largest county



42 mi

of riverfront