- RAIN BARREL SALES
- Services for Educators
- Services for Agricultural Producers
- Conservation Practices
- Conservation Incentive and Cost Share Programs
- Technical Assistance
- Services for Developers
- Services for Rural Residents
- Services for Urban Residents
The Allen County SWCD's September Board Meeting is Wednesday September 24, 2014 at 8am in the Allen County SWCD conference room.
If you farm in the St. Marys watershed, you should be aware that the Adams and Allen County SWCD have cost-share programs available!
A large portion of those grant funds are devoted to a cost-share program that provides assistance to producers in the St. Marys Watershed to implement Best Management Practices (BMP’s) that focus reducing non-point pollution. Such practices include but are not limited to: cover crops, grassed waterways, filter strips, fencing, gypsum and equipment modifications.
Cost-share funds will be available with a 75% cost-share to 25% match ratio when BMPs are implemented on land adjacent to or intersected by an open ditch or stream. Cost-share funds will be available with a 65% cost-share to 35% match ratio when BMPs are implemented on all other land in the St. Marys River Watershed
These programs have been funded by the Clean Water Indiana Grant, through a Great Lakes Commission (GLC) Grant.
This program ends September 2014, so if you are interested please contact us soon!
For more information and eligibility requirements contact the Allen County SWCD at (260)484-5848 ext. 3
What is a Soil & Water Conservation District?
Each county in Indiana has a soil and water conservation district (SWCD). SWCDs are subdivisions of state government lead by a 5 member board of supervisors. SWCDs address issues involving natural resource issues and needs in their counties. Some of these issues are agricultural conservation, urban conservation, forestry, wildlife, water management and natural resource education.
About this site
The Allen County Soil & Water Conservation District has developed this website to provide information relevant to our local farmers, developers, educators and home owners about protecting and conserving our valuable soil and water resources for future generations.
As events and programs are scheduled, our website will be updated with current information about when and where they are being presented. If there is anything you would like to see on this website, please contact us with your ideas.
3718 New Vision Drive
Fort Wayne, IN 46845
You may also contact by telephone at (260) 484-5848 x3