There are 105 conservation districts in Kansas, located in each of the 105 counties in the state.  Conservation Districts are the primary local unit of government responsible for the conservation of soil, water and related natural resources within their respective county.   Conservation Districts are political subdivisions of state government charged with this vital role.  The Kansas Department of Agriculture – Division of Conservation (DOC) is responsible for administering conservation district law and working with conservation districts.  To learn more about conservation districts and locate contact information for your district please click HERE