Welcome to the Soil and Water Conservation District. We serve as a local agency prepared to manage and conserve the soil, water and natural resources of Wayne County.
INVASIVE SPECIES

knotweed

Japanese knotweed is a shrub-like, herbaceous perennial (but dies back to ground each fall) that can grow to 10′ in height and form dense thickets. It poses a significant threat to riparian areas.Once established, populations are extremely persistent and difficult to control. … Read More  —

EDUCATIONAL GRANTSCustomer Pictures 031

Education funding grants are available to provide assistance toward field and classroom conservation education. Any School District in Wayne County  will be eligible to obtain a 75/25 cost share reimbursement grant up to $500.00 … read more

ENVIROTHON

winners

Congratulations to the 2016 winning team from Red Creek H.S. “Rams”Mr. Joseph Bonanno .Joshua Fillingham, Katie Smith, Matthew Ubbink, Tyler Duvall, Gracie Wright and Sklyer Eggelston 

The Envirothon is a series of interactive competitions where schools compete with each other in soil, aquatics, forestry, wildlife and the current environmental issue.  more …