About Us

The Warren County Soil & Water Conservation District, a local unit of state government, provides technical natural resource management and conservation assistance to residents and municipal governments of Warren County.

The Warren County Soil & Water Conservation District is just one of over 3,000 Conservation Districts across the United States. Conservation Districts were first formed in the 1930s, following the Dust Bowl to assist communities with severe erosion problems caused by land management practices. Today the Warren County Soil & Water Conservation District alongside countless other Districts, continue to work with local communities to conserve land, water, forests, wildlife and other natural resources. 

Since 1956 the Warren County Soil & Water Conservation District has adapted to provide local assistance on a broad array of natural resource issues.  Upon request, the District provides technical assistance to community members on stormwater, erosion and sediment control, forest management, habitat improvement, wildlife enhancement, planting recommendations for native plant gardens, conservation planning, soil health and agricultural management, water quality assessments, and natural resource education programs. District staff work alongside landowners, municipal governments and other partners to help provide solutions for natural resources issues and long-term protection of our valuable natural resources.

Please feel free to request technical assistance by contacting the District today!