ESCAMBIA SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Mr. Johnnie Odom
What We Do
On May 23, 1940 the Perdido Soil and Water Conservation District was established. The name formally was changed to the Escambia Soil and Water Conservation District on May 16, 1995.
The District was formed by residents for the purpose of promoting and encouraging the wise use, management and general conservation of the County’s soil, water and related natural resources.
The Escambia Soil & Water Conservation District works closely with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS)
The Escambia Soil and Water Conservation District serves all of Escambia County in the area of the conservation and stewardship of our natural resources.
- Conservation planning on agriculture lands
- Technical assistance for the implementation of conservation practices
- Educational outreach
Hydroponics in the classroom
Poster Contests – more informatin to come
Speech Contests – more information to come
Currently the District is not funded.
The District’s fiscal year runs from October 1st through September 30th annually.
To view the District’s annual financial report visit the Department of Financial Services:
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