Welcome to Codington County Conservation District!

Codington Conservation District is located in northeastern South Dakota near the headwaters of the Big Sioux River. Rectangular in shape and encompassing about 442,000 acres, the conservation district was first organized on an area east of Highway 81 and north of Highway 212 in February 1942; in March 1944 the remainder of the county was added to the district. The conservation district office is located in Watertown.Codington County is the location of several recreational lakes, two of the larger ones being Lake Kampeska and Lake Pelican. Watertown, the county seat, and is also home to the Terry Redlin Art Museum, Bramble Park Zoo and the Mellette House. _____   _____   _____

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Handplant Order Form
Fruits Vines, Tall, and Shade Trees

Mission Statement

The mission of the Codington Conservation District is to make available technical, financial and educational resources to ensure the conservation of and wise use of soil, water and related natural resources for the benefit of its residents.

Native Perennial and Grasses

Garden Perennials
Native Grasses Flyer
Native Perennials
Perennial and Grasses Order Form

Board Agenda

Board Minutes

Contact Information Codington Conservation District 1720 4th Street NE, Suite #3 Watertown, SD 57201 (605) 882-4989 office