Soil and Water Conservation Offices in Floyd County, Indiana

There are 2 Soil and Water Conservation Offices in Floyd County, Indiana, serving a population of 76,481 people in an area of 148 square miles. There is 1 Soil and Water Conservation per 38,240 people, and 1 Soil and Water Conservation per 73 square miles.

In Indiana, Floyd County is ranked 17th of 92 counties in Soil and Water Conservation Offices per capita, and 2nd of 92 counties in Soil and Water Conservation Offices per square mile.

List of Floyd County Soil and Water Conservation Offices

Find Floyd County, Indiana soil and water conservation offices (SWCS).

Floyds Knobs Floyd County Soil and Water Conservation 752 Highlander Point Drive Floyds Knobs, IN

New Albany Floyd County Soil and Water Conservation 2524 Corydon Pike New Albany, IN

About Floyd County Soil and Water Conservation

Floyd County Soil and Water Conservation Districts are government agencies that provide information on conservation and management for soil, water, and related natural resources in Floyd County, IN. Their mission is to protect and improve Floyd County soil and water resources as well as conserve land, water, forests, and wildlife. In addition, Soil and Water Conservation District Associations and the Soil and Water Conservation Society (SWCS) provide conservation support on the local Floyd County level.

You may contact Soil and Water Conservation Districts for questions about:
  • Floyd County Soil and Water conservation programs
  • Natural resources in Floyd County, Indiana
  • Conservation practices
  • Floyd County soil and water surveys
  • The Soil and Water Conservation Act