Kay County Conservation District
5501 N Pleasant View Ave
​Newkirk, OK 74647

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KCCD Board of Directors:

Standing (L to R): Warren Frantz, board member; Rick Jeans, Vice Chairman; Curtis Vap, Treasurer.

Seated (L to R);
Joe Caughlin, board member; Garold DeWitt, Chairman.

Associate directors not pictured: Nancy Bowling, LaVerne Byler, Claud Hiatt, and Dianne Jeans.
KCCD and NRCS Personnel:(left to right) Chris Janda, KCCD Engineering Aide; Susan Henning, KCCD District Manager; Lonnie Stone, KCCD Secretary; Ryan McCloud, NRCS Soil Conservationist; and Rylan West, NRCS District Conservationist.​
In April of 2005, the Farm Service Center building was built by the conservation district to house the USDA agencies; the Farm Service Agency and Natural Resources Conservation Service along with the Kay County Conservation District at 5501 N Pleasant View Avenue in Newkirk, Oklahoma.  Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm.

Leader in Conservation Services and Education
The Kay County Conservation District is the local governmental unit responsible for educating the public and setting priorities to conserve our natural resources of soil, water, air, plants and wildlife.

Photo of the Week
Trout Elementary Pre Kindergarteners were treated to a puppet show by Wiggleworm the Earthworm puppet (puppeteer-Dianne Jeans) and took home "soil babies" that will grow grass for hair!

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