Agriculture Conservation Funding Area

The maps below indicate program funding areas.

To learn about USDA/Natural Resources Conservation Service Programs click on the corresponding map heading

District programs are listed below.





Structural Diversity in Forests


Water Quality for Fish Habitat


Conservation Programs & Services (District-Wide)

Oak Restoration

Streamside Restoration

Forest Health Improvement

Soil Health

Organic Farming

High Tunnel/Hoop House

Pesticide Reduction

Small Farm Grants

Miller Woods and the Give a Little Foundation 10K Trail Race Raises $3,986.52

The weather was a perfect 60 degrees with beautiful blue skies as racers started out at the first Miller Woods and Give A Little Foundation Trail Race October 28th. 109 people participated and 91 finished the 10K race. The youngest person to finish was eight and the oldest was 68 years old. The average finish time was 1:07:52. Brian Bernier came in first in the Men’s Division and Mariah Kraner (pictured in photo) came in first in the Women’s Division. Visit… for all race results.

The event raised $3,986.52 which was divided between Miller Woods and the Give a Little Foundation. The funds raised for Miller Woods will go toward building a permanent restroom structure. The drain field has already been installed and the building plans are in progress. For more information or to donate funds, contact

The district partnered with the Give A Little Foundation, an independent non-profit organization that provides immediate, one-time financial assistance to individuals and families in Yamhill County who are in crisis or experiencing severe adversity.

Thank You to Give a Little Foundation Sponsors

  • A-1 Logging Inc.
  • Atticus Hotel
  • Coastal Mountain Springs
  • Dr. Catherine O’Brien, Willamette Valley Cancer Center
  • Ooh La Latte
  • Riedman Land Stewardship

Duniway Students Make a Difference at Miller Woods

Duniway Middle School students spent three days of volunteer service outdoors enhancing Miller Woods and making it an even better place to visit and enjoy.

Volunteer Theresa Crain’s group removed and sifted through duck weed all three days, resulting in a much healthier pond for plants and wildlife.

Miller Woods volunteer Charlie Coates led a group of students along the new trail, collecting rocks. The rocks were used to start a rock pile near the small pond for reptile habitat.

Rick Thomas, Miller Woods volunteer, and Sonya Wilkerson, Miller Woods Property Manager, led their group along the newly created trails where students pushed over the dirt walls onto the trails. This ended up being a very muddy project, and one that was not repeated on subsequent days. And THANK YOU to all the students and Miller Woods volunteer leaders, and Sonya Wilkerson for making this a very productive three days of service!