The Catoosa County Conservation District is a service-based organization that advocated the stewardship, protection and enhancement of the natural resources of Catoosa County, GA to sustain and improve the quality of life for its citizens.

The Catoosa County Conservation District was organized as the Catoosa County Soil and Water Conservation District on October 3, 1951 and comprises that area lying within Catoosa County. Five volunteers, or district supervisors, serve on the board. Three of these supervisors are elected by county voters for four-year terms; the other two supervisors are appointed by the Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission for two-year terms.


District Personnel

district services


Alternative Plan Review

The Alternative Plan Review Program will allow Conservation Districts a means to complete the District’s responsibility to review erosion and sediment control plans in an effective and timely manner.


No-Till Drill

Meeting Information

The Catoosa County Conservation District meets the second Friday of the Month at 9:30 AM at the UGA Extension Office located at 43 Maple Street Ringgold, GA 30736. For previous meeting information and documents, please click below.


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