Change of East Cassia & West Cassia March BOARD MEETINGS...
East &West Cassia will hold joint board meetings on Tuesday, March 17, 2020 at 11:00 am in the
Burley Masonic Hall  1539 Overland Ave.

Arrowwood - 6-10 ft height.  Deciduous shrub.


Going on NOW   (until they are sold out)

Turn in order forms and payment to either the Cassia or Minidoka SWCD office.

Cassia - 1361 East 16th Street, Burley

Minidoka - 98 B South  200 West, Rupert

Mini-Cassia SWCD


Purple Lilacs

The Mini-Cassia Soil and Water Conservation Districts (SWCD) are sub-units of state government, responsible for soil and water conservation activities within its boundaries.  Both Districts are managed by a board of district supervisors elected to the position by Cassia County and Minidoka County residents.  They serve voluntarily and without pay.           


The SWCD supervisors work with farmers and ranchers, towns, counties, and government agencies at all levels.  By encouraging basic conservation work on private land, Cassia SWCD activities help control soil erosion and improve water quality.                    

Mission Statement

To encourage responsible natural resource management and to implement conservation goals which improve air, soil, and water quality while improving wildlife habitat.


To educate both youth and adults about our local conservation practices and needs.


Soil and water conservation in Mini-Cassia is a partnership between Soil and Water Conservation Districts and the The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).

The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is a federal agency in the U.S. Department of Agriculture, responsible for planning and carrying out a program to conserve and develop the nation's soil and water resources.  NRCS is the only federal agency that receives funds earmarked by Congress for providing direct technical assistance to soil conservation districts.  Under terms of a written agreement, NRCS becomes the SWCD's technical arm.

Together, this partnership strives to provide programs and assistance to landowners in order to improve conservation practices in Mini-Cassia.

Contact us for details regarding changes in meeting schedules due to the Corona Virus.  

Norway Poplar - 40-60 ft height.  Fast growing.

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East Cassia  

West Cassia  


East Cassia SWCD

(From left to right)

Mark Streeter, Retired

Mark Webb, Chairman

Ken Woodworth, Treasurer

Steve Ward, Vice Chairman

Brook Holtman, Member

Not Pictured:

Hannah Sanders, Member


West Cassia SWCD

(From left to right)

Jordan Searle, Vice-Chairman

Richard Kunau, Chairman

Kathy Poulton, Treasurer

Brent Stoker, Member

Ken Black, Member

Minidoka SWCD

(From left to right)

Russ Suchan, Assoc. Member

Brian Kossman, Chairman

Dusty Wilkins, Vice-Chairman

Aaron Firth, Member

Luke Adams, Member

Not Pictured:

Justin Hunter, Assoc. Member

LaNae Nalder, Treasurer




East Cassia SWCD

1361 East 16th Street

Burley, ID 83318



West Cassia SWCD

1361 East 16th Street

Burley, ID 83318



Minidoka SWCD

98 B South 200 West

Rupert, ID 83350


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