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How to share a useful resources with NCDEA

Tell NCDEA about resources that would benefit other conservation districts!


When you submit helpful resources to NCDEA, you help many other conservation district employees become more effective.

How to submit a resource to NCDEA

Send files directly to NCDEA by email: resources@ncdea.org or use the form below.

We need your email address so that we can follow up with you if more information is needed.
What is the name of your conservation district or organization?
The state where your district or organization is located.
If possible, please provide a link to the resource item. Links make it easier for NCDEA to share your submission.
Anything else you’d like to tell us?

Terms and conditions

When you submit your content to NCDEA, you are agreeing to the following conditions:

  • You are authorized by your employer to do so.
  • Your employer gives NCDEA permission to republish the content with the attribution you provide.
  • You or your employer give NCDEA permission to alter the content to better suit the format and audience of this website.
  • Content submitted to NCDEA retains the original copyright. If your employer owns the copyright, republishing by NCDEA does not diminish or abridge that right.

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