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Education

Kosciusko County SWCD offers a variety of educational programs in both a classroom and field setting. Click here to learn more.

Programs

Learn more about Project WILD and Aquatic WILD, Growing Up WILD, Project WET, Project Learning Tree, Project Learning Tree Early Childhood, and more!

Resources

How to plant a pollinator planting, lake and river enhancement program, soil reports, and more helpful resources found here.

Contact Us

Call, email or visit us today! Call us at (574) 267-7445 ext 3

Welcome to Kosciusko County Soil & Water Conservation District

The Kosciusko County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) is a local unit of state government responsible for the wise use and conservation of local soil, water and related natural resources through education, public information, leadership, technical assistance and development of innovative programs.  Enabled by Indiana’s District Law, it was created by a public referendum vote in 1957, to address local conservation needs.  SWCD works closely with other local, regional, and state government agencies, private nonprofits, and educational institutions to provide a high level of conservation service to private landowners.

SWCD is governed by a board of five supervisors who are Kosciusko County residents.  Their vision for our community is, “A productive county, in harmony with a quality environment.”

Our Goal

To promote responsible land use decisions for the conservation, protection and improvement of soil and water resources by providing information assistance through effective partnering, technical guidance, and education.

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