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We work with landowners
to conserve soil & water resources
Protecting Natural Wetlands
maintains sustainable life and diversity
Benton SWCD has adopted our first-ever five-year strategic plan. It includes a revitalized mission, new vision and three goal areas for our work.
Soil and Water Conservation Districts (SWCDs) work to promote cleaner water, improved crop land, pastures, forests and restored wildlife habitat.
Restore and enhance wetlands, riparian areas and wildlife habitat.
Reduce soil erosion and improve water quality.
Provide conservation education for Benton County youth.
Coordinate workshops on conservation practices and natural resource issues.
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June 29, 2015
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May 26, 2015
Learn about campus sustainability efforts spearheaded by Eco-Representative Amy Salisbury and her colleagues. Read more »