13739 Soil and Water Conservation

Find 13739 soil and water conservation offices (SWCS). Soil and water conservation offices provide information about water pollution, water management and how to save water, wildlife conservation, and soil erosion.

Walton Delaware County Soil and Water Conservation 44 West Street Walton NY 13856 21.5 miles from 13739 607-865-7161

Otesgo County Soil and Water Conservation 967 County Highway 33 Cooperstown NY 13326 22.0 miles from 13739 607-547-8337

Schoharie Soil and Water Conservation 173 South Grand Street Cobleskill NY 12043 27.3 miles from 13739 518-295-8811

Tannersville Greene County Soil and Water Conservation 6049 Main Street Tannersville NY 12485 35.1 miles from 13739 518-589-6871

Cairo New York Soil and Water Conservation 907 County Road 80 Cairo NY 12413 40.4 miles from 13739 518-622-3620

Fultonville Montgomery County Soil and Water Conservation 4001 New York 5S Fultonville NY 12072 43.8 miles from 13739 518-853-4015

Albany County Soil and Water Conservation 24 Martin Road Voorheesville NY 12186 46.7 miles from 13739 518-765-3560

Herkimer County Soil and Water Conservation 5641-5651 Highway 5 Herkimer NY 13350 47.5 miles from 13739 315-866-2651

Fulton County Soil and Water Conservation 113 Hales Mills Road Extension Johnstown NY 12095 51.8 miles from 13739 518-762-0077

Ghent Columbia County Soil and Water Conservation 1024 New York 66 Ghent NY 12075 55.4 miles from 13739 518-828-4386

About Soil and Water Conservation Offices

What is a Soil and Water Conservation District Association?

A Soil and Water Conservation District Association is an organization that represents the local Soil and Water Conservation District. In some states, these associations receive government funding, while in other states they are private nonprofit organizations. These associations promote efforts to conserve natural resources and advocate for conservation policies.

What is a Conservation Innovation Grant?

Conservation Innovation Grants are competitive grants awarded by the USDA through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program. These grants support innovation in conservation efforts. Individuals, American Indian Tribes, and nongovernmental organizations can apply for Conservation Innovation Grants.

Who can participate in the Environmental Quality Incentives Program?

Landowners who have cropland, rangeland, pastureland, or non-industrial private forestland may be eligible to participate in the incentives program. Environmental Quality Incentives Programs may be run at the local, state, or federal level, so the specific participation requirements and financial assistance may vary.