Todd County Conservation District

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The Todd County Conservation District is administering a Phase I County Agricultural Investment Program (CAIP) for Todd County farmers.  Approved participants may receive limited cost-share reimbursement for approved, eligible agricultural investment expenses.

Signup for CAIP will begin on Tuesday, January 19, 2021 at 7:30 a.m. and run through February 19, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. at the Todd County Conservation District office at 101 Elk Fork Road, Elkton, KY (phone 270-265-5638, ext. 3).

There are 11 investment areas eligible for cost-share funding.  Maximum reimbursement will be $3,500 or less, per approved applicant; and reimbursement cannot exceed 50% of eligible expenses.  Due to potential prorating of cost-share funds, maximum reimbursement will likely be less than $3,500.  Applicants may choose up to 3 CAIP investment areas in which to spend their approved cost-share funds.

All applicants must meet criteria set by the Kentucky Agricultural Development Board, the Conservation District Board of Supervisors, and the Todd County Ag. Development Council.  Applicants must have a Kentucky Ag Water Quality Plan on file with the Todd County Conservation District in order to be eligible to participate in this program.  Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and have a current FSA Farm Number.  Additional rules and procedures besides those listed above apply to this program.  Complete program guidelines will be provided with your application packet.

Cost-share funds provided by Kentucky Agricultural Investment Fund

Program administered by the Todd County Conservation District

Todd County Conservation District Board of Supervisors

  • Kelvin Greenfield, Chairman
  • Brad Brookshire, Vice-Chairman
  • Phil Templeman, Treasurer
  • Jason Key
  • Don Laster
  • Nick Hurt
  • Garrett Sharp

Office Staff

  • Kay Piper, Administrative Secretary
  • Travis Keeling, Soil Technician


  • Nicholas Christian, Natural Resource Planner