Soil & Water Conservation District
Responsibilities & Services
The Loudoun Soil and Water Conservation District provides guidance for farmers, landowners and residents on protecting and utilizing their natural resources. The mission of the district is to provide leadership in recognizing and addressing soil and water conservation issues and problems, both existing and potential, and to promote and develop education and technical programs which will meet the agricultural and urban conservation needs of the district.
The district promotes educational and technical programs in the field of natural resources conservation, provides advice on the handling of conservation issues to governmental entities and private citizens, and administers programs aimed at specific goals
The district has cost share funds available through the Virginia State Agricultural Best Management Practices Program.
The district provides classroom presentations to local schools on a variety of topics related to natural resource conservation. Special programs include an annual tree seedling sale and rain barrel workshops.
For questions or more information, please contact the Loudoun Soil and Water Conservation District
at 571-918-4530, extension 105.