Districts work with land managers, local government agencies and other local interests in addressing resource concerns such as erosion control, flood prevention, water conservation, wetlands, water quality, nonpoint source pollution, wildlife, waste water management and community development.
As a Conservation District, we participate in implementing federal resource programs by cooperating with the US Department of Agriculture through its various agencies, the US Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management and Office of Surface Mining, as well as the Environmental Protection Agency.
We also work with state conservation, natural resource, water quality and forestry agencies, and county and municipal governments. Districts are a bridge between federal, state and local resource management agencies and local land managers, performing a variety of functions in coordinating and implementing national and state resource programs.
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We are here to help any Clark County landowner requesting the development of conservation management practices. Do you need help with:
• Drainage Assistance
• Urban Sediment Control
• Soil Information
• Conservation Planning and Education
Programs & Education
The CSWCD is committed to promoting conservation opportunities and assistance for farmers and ranchers in Clark County.
Stormwater Program & Education
Stormwater runoff has a big impact on the creeks, streams and groundwater resources of the watersheds in Clark County.
Events & Activities
The Clark Soil and Water Conservation District holds events and activities throughout the year. Learn about our:
• Tree Seedling Sale
• Fish Fingerling Sale
• Bird Boxes and Feeders
• Wildflower Seed Sale
• FFA Soil Judging Competition
The Clark SWCD will be taking applications for students who will be enrolled at a college or university for the fall of 2017, pursuing a degree in natural resources, agriculture or related field. Current college students are eligible. Clark SWCD will award two $1,000 scholarships.
Clark SWCD History
Conservation Districts were envisioned after the Dustbowl of the 1930's as a bridge between federal conservation efforts and local landowners. The Clark SWCD was commissioned in 1942 at the request of the citizens interested in soil and water conservation, land use planning, and flood prevention. Learn more about the history of the Clark SWCD.
© 2017 Clark Soil & Water Conservation District, All Rights Reserved. | 3130 East Main St, Springfield, OH 45505 | T (937) 521-3880 | For more information please contact us. All NRCS/SWCD programs and services are offered on a nondiscriminatory basis regard to race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, marital or family status. | Developed by Holmes