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
Emerald Ash Borer

Ash Borer

Our Ash Trees Will Be Under Attack by Emerald Ash Borer! These beetles can have a one or two year life cycle. Adult beetles leave D-shaped exit holes in the outer bark of the trees trunks and branches. Females usually begin laying eggs on the surface of or just under the bark..Read More  –Learn how to identify invasive species with our “Invasive Plant Species ID” guidebook. Stop by our office and get yours today!
AGRICULTURE

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AEM is a voluntary, incentive-based program to help farmers make common-sense, cost-effective and science-based decisions to help meet business objectives while protecting and conserving natural resources. 

AEM Case Studies
–  Hidden Canyon Farm
Mouton Farms
How-Bar Farms

FISH SALE

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Grass Carp

Six species of fish are available to order at the Fall Fish Stocking Sale. Orders with payment are due by September 18th. Grass Carp permits are required. Read More

Latest District News

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Critical area seeding grants available

Attention all landowners - if you are doing construction or have heavy erosion issues on your property, today is your day! The District currently has a grant to be able to provide critical area seeding utilizing Hydro-mulching technology at a 50/50 cost share rate. This comes out to be about $100.00/load for the landowner! We are taking projects for this today! If you have a project, please call our office at 315.946.4136 … [Read More...]

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