Welcome to the Allen Soil & Water Conservation District!
Tree Seedling Sale is on Now!
With over 25 different varieties of conifers, deciduous trees, and shrubs there's sure to be something fitting for your property. Click here to view all the options and place your order.
Rain Barrel Program
Adopt-A-Roadway Expanding to Include Parks and Neighborhoods
ASWCD is partnering with the City of Lima and Keep Allen County Beautiful to expand the Adopt-A-Roadway program in an effort to keep litter under control.
We are looking for groups, families, and individuals to adopt specific sections of streets, neighborhoods, and parks within City limits and conduct litter clean-up at least twice a year. Volunteers will be provided with trash bags, gloves, and safety equipment. The City plans to install signage at each location giving credit to the sponsoring group and hoping to inspire others to get involved and do their part.
Twenty different groups are being sought at this time. If you are interested and would like more information, contact Beth Seibert at email@example.com or 419-223-0040 x107. Groups are already forming so get signed up and be ready for the first cleanup this spring!
Nutrient Management App
If you have a smart phone, there is an App called OnMRK to help you with Nutrient Management Record Keeping. Download the App in the Google Play Store for Android, or iTunes for Apple users. Go to www.onmrk.com to register your account.