The Conservation Farm of the Year competition showcases the best examples of farms owned and operated by people who are dedicated to conservation.
Cooperating farms in each county are nominated by their local conservation district and go on to compete at the county, district, area and state levels. Farms are judged on several topics such as resource management, conservation plan, best management practices, cooperator contribution and involvement in the community.
To find out more about the West Virginia Conservation Farm of the Year contest please contact your local conservation district office.
Conservation Farm Award Rules, Regulations, and Evaluation