Among Sand County Foundation's many outreach and education efforts, we convene water quality professionals to address watershed issues, engage the next generation of conservationists in hands-on habitat development through our high school pollinator habitat grants, and connect historically underserved farmers and ranchers with conservation mentors and resources as part of our Land Ethic Mentorship program.
The Land Ethic Mentorship program is a free opportunity for historically underserved farmers to connect with a conservation mentor and other resources.Learn more
Insect pollinators are essential for food production and ecological diversity, but their populations are at risk.Learn more
Sand County Foundation and the Environmental Policy Innovation Center are leading an effort to forge partnerships between cities and farmers in their watershed to improve water quality and save taxpayer dollars.Learn more
Leadership for Midwestern Watersheds is a forum for watershed professionals who lead projects that reduce agricultural runoff.Learn more