LINCOLN COUNTY SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT
The Lincoln County Soil and Water Conservation District is a legal subdivision of the state of Georgia. It was created on February 22, 1948 by authority and provision of the Georgia Soil and water conservation Districts Law of 1937.
The District exists to serve the public and to ensure a healthy and productive environment. To the end, its task is work for the well-being of the people while safe-guarding land, water and air.
The board is made up of farmers, landowners and land users, who are dedicated to the conservation, development and protection of our land, water, forest, wildlife and natural resources for the benefits of mankind.
Abhishek Kashinath, District Program Assistant
A native of The Republic of India, Abhishek Kashinath grew up on a big family homestead helping with Gardening, Fishery Aquaculture, Poultry Houses and other farming activities. Abhishek always embraced a rural lifestyle and intended to make his career in Agriculture as an Engineer and he has a Master’s Degree in Soil and water conservation engineering. He worked as Research Fellow, Farm Manager and Retail Associate. He helped farmers and landowners to understand greenhouse, precision farming and micro irrigation benefits. Working with GACD allows Abhishek to unite his Agricultural Engineering background, love of farming and desire to engage in hands-on community education in the service of wise stewardship of our states amazing natural resources.
The Lincoln County Conservation District meets the first Thursday of each month at 1 PM in the Lincolnton, GA Farm Bureau Office. To access previous minutes and documents, please click below.