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Soil & Water Conservation
The Soil & Water Conservation District is
responsible for monitoring for:
- Soil erosion, fertilizers, and pesticides from land development and agriculture
- Failing septic systems
- Impared water quality in lakes, rivers and streams
- Impaired recreational uses of lakes, rivers, and streams
- Urban Sprawl
- Decreased wildlife habitat
The district addresses local natural resource issues and concerns by:
- Providing assistance to farmers on agricultural conservation practices
- Providing assistance to developers on urban conservation practices
- Providing assistance to homeowners on back yard conservation practices and septic system maintenance
- Building partnerships and obtaining financial and technical resources to address natural resource issues.
A wealth of additional information can be found at the following websites: