We are here to serve the community in several ways: to bring environmental education to any interested class, group or organization, to assist public and private land owners with storm-water management, and to aid the community in open lands preservation and conservation. To read the latest edition of our newsletter, ‘Changing Tides‘, click the link. To learn more about your District click to download our informational brochure, then click here to read our mission statement and learn more about Soil & Water Conservation District history and your local Board of Supervisors. A NHC District program, Outdoor Environmental Learning Centers, has recently been recognized with an Achievement Award from the National Association of Counties (NACo). The awards program recognizes innovative county government programs that enhance services for residents. View the video here.
Is water quality important to you? Do you want to learn how you and NHC can make a difference in water quality? Join us for a BMP tour. Learn, see & experience the who, what, when, where and how citizens can make a difference in water quality by installing Best Management Practices (BMPs). BMPs help capture and filter storm-water that flows into our local waterways. Members of the public are invited and encouraged to attend. A second tour stop will be offered for those interested at Airlie Gardens.