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Soil & Water
Conservation Program
Nash Soil and Water Conservation District is a subdivision of state government that is responsible for establishing a conservation program that meets the natural resource concerns of Nash County.

This program consists of setting priorities for conservation work within the county, providing technical and financial assistance for installing best management practices (BMP) on local farmland, providing soil survey and land use information for landowners, and to conduct environmental education to interest groups. The district also works closely with other agencies to assist customers with the wise use of natural resources.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Nash Soil and Water Conservation District is the protection of all natural resources for present and future generations by providing leadership in conservation education, technical assistance, and economic incentives.

Upcoming Events & Meetings

Valerie Harris
Resource Conservation Director

Soil & Water Conservation
1006 Eastern Ave.
Ag Center Drive Room 107
Nashville, NC 27856

Ph: 252-459-4116 ext. 3
Fx: 252-459-7256

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.