WEST GEORGIA CONSERVATION DISTRICT

 

The West Georgia Conservation District was organized on July 13, 1938 as a legal subdivision of the state of Georgia that works to conserve, improve, and protect Georgia’s natural resources. The Districts is one of 40 Soil and Water Conservation Districts across Georgia and nearly 3000 in the United States. They are charged by the State Constitution to help support citizens with the management and improvement of our natural resources. The district works in cooperation with the Natural Resources Conservation Services (USDA- NRCS) and Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission as well as other federal and state agencies to further the conservation message. The West Georgia Conservation District serves Carroll, Coweta, Douglas, Haralson, and Heard Counties.

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districts Supervisors

Bill Cline, Coweta County

Joan Boalch, Haralson County

Billy Sims, Haralson County

Not Pictured: Buddy Burns, Coweta County; Nolan Kell, Douglas County

Chairman Denney Rogers, Heard County

Talmadge Davis, Heard County

Carl Brack, Carroll County

Tony Cole, Carroll County

Tommy Waldrop, Douglas County


District personnel


DISTRICT SERVICES

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No-Till Drill


Meeting Information

The West Georgia Conservation District meets the first Tuesday of each month at American Pie Pizzeria, 927 Maple St, Carrollton, GA 30117. To access previous meeting minutes and documents, please click below.

 

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contact west Georgia conservation district

Mandy Carroll, District Program Assistant

Email: mandy.carroll@gacd.us

Phone: (770) 900-9479

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