Welcome to Warren County Soil and Water Conservation District

Our mission is to protect and improve the lakes, rivers, streams, soils and other natural resources of Warren County through locally-led conservation projects and programs.

Our mission is to protect and improve the lakes, rivers, streams, soils and other natural resources of Warren County through locally-led conservation projects and programs.

Newsletter

Our mission is to protect and improve the lakes, rivers, streams, soils and other natural resources of Warren County through locally-led conservation projects and programs.

Newsletter

Christmas Trees for Wildlife!

As the holiday season kicks off, remember that Christmas trees can be recycled to provide habitat for rabbits, birds, and other small animals. Start by removing all ornaments, lights, and tinsel (best to avoid use) from the tree. To encourage wildlife, place your tree with other branches to form a brushpile and set it near other thick cover in your yard. After a fresh snowfall, check the brushpile for animal tracks or watch for an opportunity to see who’s visiting!

Meetings and Agendas

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Educational Resources

Learn more about our conservation education!

FOIL

Freedom of Information Law

“Land, then, is not merely soil; it is a fountain of energy flowing through a circuit of soils, plants, and animals.”

– Aldo Leopold, A Sand County Almanac, 1949

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Programs and Services

Projects & Reports

Agricultural Environmental Management (AEM)

Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4)

Hazard Mitigation

Tree & Shrub Program

Community Conservation Program

Fish Stocking Program

Lakes and Ponds Technical Assistance

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 “To be a successful farmer one must first know the nature of the soil.”

Oeconomicus, 400 B.C.

Historical Aerials Photos

Access Warren County’s historical aerial photos from 1948, 1966, 1982, and 1990.

Tree Challenge

Explore Warren County public lands while identifying unique and historical trees.

4-Hour Erosion and Sediment Control Training

Erosion & Sediment Control Training: Become a certified trained contractor for stormwater management

Helpful Resources

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