FLINT RIVER SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Conservation. innovation. partnership.
Conserving natural resources in southwest Georgia for over 75 years
The lower Flint River Basin in southwest Georgia is one of the most ecologically rich river systems in the southeast and the epicenter of Georgia's robust agricultural economy.
The Flint River Soil and Water Conservation District is dedicated to the stewardship of our natural resources for future generations and the exploration of conservation-driven technologies and strategic partnerships that enhance agricultural sustainability.
The Flint River Soil and Water Conservation District is comprised of farmers, landowners, and community leaders that are dedicated to the conservation, wise use, and protection of natural resources in the Flint River Basin.
BAKER. CALHOUN. DECATUR. DOUGHERTY. EARLY. GRADY. MILLER. MITCHELL. SEMINOLE.
Shane Kelley, Baker County
Bobby Rish, Baker County
Marty McLendon, Calhoun County - Chairman
Graham Ginn, Calhoun County
Wayne Thomas, Decatur County - Vice-Chairman
Pete Miller, Decatur County
Doug Wilson, Dougherty County
Richard Thomas, Dougherty County
Steve Singletary, Early County
Buster Haddock, Early County
John C. Harrell, Grady County
Sammy Perkins, Grady County
Wesley Vann, Miller County
Billy Roland, Miller County
David Holton, Mitchell County
Glenn Cox, Mitchell County
Steve Bailey, Seminole County
Judson Hornsby, Seminole County
Flint River District Personnel
Monthly District Meetings
Second Tuesday of every month, 9:30 AM
Miller County Extension Office
406 West Crawford Street
In the News
USDA-NRCS in Georgia and Flint River District Announce Climate Resiliency Project Sign Up
Don't Ignore this Key Aspect of Contentious Water Dispute
Brad Haire, Southeast Farm Press
How Smarter Irrigation Might Save Rare Mussels and Ease a Water War
Sandra Postel, National Geographic