Working together to keep our land grand since 1937
OUR MISSION
The Oklahoma Conservation Commission works to conserve, protect and restore Oklahoma’s natural resources, working in collaboration with the conservation districts and other partners, on behalf of the citizens of Oklahoma.

Protecting Natural Resources for Future Oklahomans

In the 1930s, a climate event known as The Dust Bowl destroyed millions of acres of farmland and natural resources causing federal and state leaders to take bold action. This nonpartisan response led to the formation of the Oklahoma Conservation Commission.

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We’re building the next generation of advocates

for Oklahoma’s air, water, soil, habitats and farmland. You can help by getting involved with your local conservation district and sharing resources and opportunities with your community.

In the
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Betty Bone, Love County Conservation District Manager, retiring after 57 years of service
In 1964, a couple of dimes along with another penny or two would get you a loaf of bread. The popular “Life” magazine cost 35 cents an issue in 1964. And on Sept. 1 of that year, Betty Bone began working for the Love County Conservation District for $100 a month. The District Manager is […] … read more
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