Which of these animals will you see at Salmon Watch?
Join us on a field trip to find out.
Natural resources for future generations.
Protecting Natural Wetlands
maintains sustainable life and diversity
SWCD director elections occur every two years during the General Election. The date for the General Election this year is November 8, 2016. ODA serves as the elections officer. Contact the Benton SWCD office if you have any questions. Click the button for election procedures, necessary qualifications, and deadlines for submission of forms.More elections information
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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August 31, 2016
Once you get home with a bagful of hard-to-find native bulbs, what should you do? This post will help you in your site selection, soil preparation, and bulb placement. Read more »
August 5, 2016
What are those bright yellow flowers dotting fields and roadsides? They're tansy ragwort, and they are toxic! Read more »