Soil & Water
St. Lawrence County
The St. Lawrence County SWCD has been helping concerned landowners care for their natural resources since 1957
Mission: The function of the SWCD is to represent the county in obtaining technical, financial, and education resources from federal, state, and other sources and coordinate them to meet local needs in natural resource conservation, management, and development.
Confidentiality Statement: As the District is a non-regulatory agency, the information shared with the District will be kept confidential and used only for planning purposes. Currently, information collected through grant programs and requested by other agencies is given to them using a number classification system, not by using names.
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Come learn about soil health from the experts and hear first hand from local farmers how they manage soil health on their farms. Click on this link for the flyer:
Grant Opportunity! The St. Lawrence County Soil and Water District has funding available for K-12 schools to do environmental conservation and resource protection projects with students. See forms below:
The anti-mosquito dunk kits have arrived! Free anti-mosquito treatments are available to homeowners to help stop the spread of the deadly Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) virus. The free treatments are being made available to homeowners through a partnership with the Soil and Water Conservation Districts in Jefferson, Oswego, and St. Lawrence Counties. The treatments are funded with a state grant obtained by Senator Ritchie.
AEM Program: 1st step is to fill out an AEM Tier 1 Worksheet
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