A portion of the parks, soils and water sales tax is used for Missouri landowners to install soil and water conservation practices, which are available through the state cost-share program. These practices conserve soil, which consequently improves water quality by reducing sedimentation in rivers and streams. SWCD.

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OFN Site ManagerExtended Story InformationMissouri,program,shareA portion of the parks, soils and water sales tax is used for Missouri landowners to install soil and water conservation practices, which are available through the state cost-share program. These practices conserve soil, which consequently improves water quality by reducing sedimentation in rivers and streams. SWCD. For more...The Ozarks' most read farm newspaper, reaching more than 58,000 readers in Missouri, Arkansas and Oklahoma