SOIL HEALTH is a hot topic of conversation nowadays.   Read more about successes across Iowa here .  

Effective 9/3/19 Commissioner's meeting will be held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month. 

Mississippi River fall colors.

Mission Statement: To protect, conserve and restore the natural resources of Dubuque County for present and future generations by actively seeking resources and partnerships to promote Soil Conservation and improve Water Quality.

WEB SOIL SURVEY - online access to relevant soil and related information needed to make land-use and  management decisions.   Fast. Free. Friendly.   

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Fall seeded Cover Crop

The Dubuque Soil & Water Conservation District helps guide the soil and water conservation programs in the county, and has the opportunity to influence state and national conservation programs.


Conservation Districts establish conservation priorities, resolve soil loss complaints, establish acceptable soil loss limits, publish annual reports, approve soil conservation plans, and assist in the management of district funds and personnel.

​​​​​​​Women, Land & Legacy has arrived in Dubuque County!   Visit our facebook page at Dubuque County Women, Land & Legacy for further information.   The team is currently planning our upcoming learning sessions.

​Also,  ​​​​see the NEWS tab above. 

Fishing on Catfish Creek.

Application deadline is May 4th!  

Visit Iowa's  Century & Heritage Farm Award Programs.

210 Bierman Road, Epworth, Iowa  52045             Phone: (563) 876-3418 ext. 3             Email: Colleen.Siefken@ia.nacdnet.net