For over 75 years, our members have volunteered in each of Georgia's 40 soil and water conservation districts to promote conservation, educate citizens about the importance of conservation, and inform policy makers about natural resource issues.
Advocating for the conservation of Georgia’s natural resources by providing organization, leadership and a unified strategic direction to the Soil and Water Conservation Districts of the State.
Conserve Natural Resources
Support Partner Agencies
Sustain Georgia's vibrant lands
educate the public on stewardship
Over the last five years, more than $60 million has been invested in Georgia's communities and citizens through funding from the USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) directed by the locally-led efforts of Conservation Districts.
Conservation Districts throughout Georgia have been active in conservation implementation and education. Below are the accomplishments of conservation districts throughout Georgia in 2016.