The Little Beaver Conservation is a board of seven locally elected officials that deal with the natural resource concerns of Fallon County Montana.
The District was first organized on October 17, 1942 as a result of petitions of the State Soil Conservation committee and a hearing and referendum held. The District included 425,517 acres which encompassed all of the Little Beaver Creek drainage in Fallon and Carter Counties and that portion of Fallon County lying southeast of Little Beaver Creek. The boundaries were later changed to exclude those lands in Carter County and include all land in Fallon County. The towns of Baker and Plevna petitioned and entered the District in 1968. The present land area of the Little Beaver District is 1,045,120 acres.
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