White County

Soil & Water Conservation District

Network central

Do you have environmental resource concerns? 

Let’s get you connected!

Project Funding

Proudly awarding local grant opportunities for outdoor education projects. 

Representing W.C

SWCD Supervisors and Staff are putting in the miles to volunteer and serve across the region.

Who we are

Finding Purpose Through Passion

White County’s future in Ag and wildlife restoration are held in exceptionally reliable hands thanks to the experience and knowledge our members bring to the table. 

What we do?

Spread the Word

Knowledge is power. Knowledge shared is power multiplied.

We aim to serve our community by offering a wealth of information right at your fingertips.

Incentivize your Assets

NRCS

Natural Resource Conservation Service

NRCS – A division of the United States Department of Agriculture, provides incentives to farmers, ranchers, and forest landowners to establish long term easements by implementing conservation practices on wetlands, agricultural land, grasslands, and forests. 

Its mission is to improve, protect, and conserve natural resources on private lands through a cooperative partnership with state and local agencies.

Contact your local NRCS agent for eligibility, registration dates, technical assistance, and more!

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Our Services

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Educational Outreach

Planting the seed in our younger generations is responsibly caring for the future success of our land's most precious commodities. Come grow with us!

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Water Quality Monitoring

Districts and community members volunteer for regular stream site testing to promote clean water through hands-on training.

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Financial Assistance

Educators from across the county are taking advantage of annual grant opportunities for environmental education and outdoor labs.

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Professional Development

Teaming up with industry experts, we offer year-round training seminars for commercial applicators, ag producers, and more...

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Rule 5 Administration

SWCDs collaborate with IDEM to accept Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP) for legal permitting of land disturbance activities.

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Community Partnerships

Supervisors and staff partner with various organizations to expand our network and address the needs and interests of all local citizens.

Featured Projects

Big Pine Creek Watershed

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Address

103 S Country Ln Monticello, IN. 47960

Email

shannon.ofarrell@ whitecountyin.us

Phone

(574) 583-7622