Supervisors of the Sheridan County Conservation District have approved a contract with Forster Enterprises Services to handle cuttings in the district’s willow program.
Action came in the conservation district meeting Tuesday night.
Carrie Rogaczewski, who’s the conservation district manager, said under the agreement, whenever anyone calls the district to request willow cuttings for streambank erosion control, they will be referred to Forster Enterprises to do the work.
In other action Tuesday, supervisors approved final payment of $35,000 for the Clear Creek irrigation drainage rehab project.
Also approved was a conservation district review of soils for the Carlton Subdivision. Carlton is a subdivision of just under 39 acres south of Sheridan at the corner of Big Horn Avenue and Paradise Park Road.
Approval wasn’t for the subdivision itself but the report prepared by conservation district staff on soil conditions in the subdivision area.