Technical assistance

What is technical assistance?

When you access our knowledge, skills, and abilities, we call that technical assistance.

Our help may be in the form of assessing your resources, designing practices, monitoring resource conditions, or follow-up on installed conservation practices.

When you sign a cooperator agreement with us, we transition to conservation planning.

Cooperator Agreement Form (DOC)
Cooperator Agreement Form (DOC)
Cooperator_Agreement_with_Release_Authorization-CCSWCD-July2012.docx
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Cooperator Agreement Form (PDF)
Cooperator Agreement Form (PDF)
Cooperator_Agreement_with_Release_Authorization-CCSWCD-July2012.pdf
Version: 07-2012
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