Soil & Water Conservation Program
Soil and Water Districts Commission Public Meetings
The Missouri Soil and Water Districts Commission meets from seven to 10 times a year, mainly in Jefferson City. Periodically, meetings are held in various parts of the state in conjunction with tours or other meetings. During these meetings, the commission establishes policy relating to soil and water conservation issues that impact the owners of privately held agricultural land. The commission also hears appeals from soil and water conservation districts and landowners concerning these policies. These meetings are open meetings and held in accordance with the Missouri Sunshine Law. All meetings are open to the public unless the commission goes into closed session in accordance with state law governing open meetings (RSMo 610).
Should you have any questions regarding the commission meetings, please email Christa Moody with the Soil and Water Conservation Program or call her at 573-751-1172.
Unless otherwise indicated, files linked below are in the following formats:
- Documents - PDF
- Audio - MP3
- Video - links to videos posted on YouTube
1730 E. Elm
Bennett Spring Conference Room
Past Years' Meetings (dates, minutes and video/audio)
- Live streaming broadcasts of the meetings are viewed at this page.
- You must have Adobe® Flash® Player installed on your computer to be able to view the broadcast.
Watch a short video of the Missouri Soil and Water Districts Commission's
Tour of Lincoln University's George Washington Carver Farm
near Jefferson City. (Length 2:33)