Allen Soil And Water

Conservation District

Soil

Water

Conservation

The mission of the Allen Soil and Water Conservation District is to promote the wise use, improvement and maintenance of the soil, water and other natural resources in Allen County.

The Allen Soil and Water Conservation District provides technical, financial, and education resources to meet the needs of local land users for conservation. We work with farmers on conservation practices to protect soil productivity, water quality, air quality, forestland and wildlife habitat. We also conserve and restore wetlands, protect groundwater, encourage landowners to plant trees and other ground cover, work with developers to control soil erosion and protect water resources during construction, and teach conservation and the importance of natural resources to both children and adults.

WHAT’S HAPPENING AT ASWCD

Stormwater and Erosion Sediment Control Workshop

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This Stormwater and Sediment Control Workshop for the construction industry takes place on February 9 and is geared towards developers, designers and contractors. Registration is free!

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New applications!

Opportunities are available for current participants to add acres. Get a nutrient management plan started at an ag retailer and contact Anna at Allen SWCD by January 15.

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Rain Barrels

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The Allen Soil and Water Conservation District has 45 gallon plastic rain barrels for sale at our offices for just $89 in either terracotta or granite colors. Ask us how you can get a rain barrel rebate!

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Internships

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The Allen Soil and Water Conservation District is taking applications for interns for the summer of 2022. Applications are due by 4:30 pm on March 7, 2022. Click to learn more.

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