MARSHALL COUNTY SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT  

 
2903 GARY DRIVE, PLYMOUTH, IN  46563       
    phone: 574.936.2024 ext. 3     fax: 855.496.7861 
  
       

Photo Courtesy of USDA NRCS

The Mission of the Marshall County Soil and Water Conservation District is to provide our community with conservation leadership and quality service dedicated to improving and sustaining our natural resources.

UPCOMING EVENTS

HEALTHY SOILS FIELD DAY

August 23, 2016

Potawatami Wildlife Park
16998 State Road 331
Tippecanoe, IN  46570

2:00 - 7:00 pm Eastern Time Zone

RSVP Required

574-936-2024 x 3
or by

Holding Manure's Value Via Compost & Cover Crops 
Jasper County Fairgrounds - August 9, 2016

  

Scaling Up Composting For Your Farm 
The Farmhouse Restaurant, Fair Oaks, IN - August 10

  

Forest Invasives Field Day - Pinney Purdue
Wanatah, IN - August 16

  

Farming For the Future
Remington, IN - August 25

  

Eastern Native Grass Symposium 
Evansville, IN - August 29-31

  

Pasture/Grazing Field Day 
Syracuse, IN - September 8

  

Arrow Head Country RC&D
River Expedition

 

Marshall County Ag Day
Plymouth Centennial Park - Sept. 15

  

Multi-County Forestry Field Day 
Middlebury, IN - September 17

Who We Are

Want to know more about why Conservation Districts were formed?

Conservation District History

  

Want to know more about Marshall County SWCD History?

Marshall County SWCD History

What We Do

The major purpose of the district is to analyze needs and develop and carry out both short and long range programs aimed at solving resource problems, primarily dealing with soil and water resources.  The ultimate district objective is to cause soil and water conservation practices and systems to be implemented upon the land.  We do this by speaking at schools , sponsoring workshops, providing information and partnering with other agencies to help you be a good steward of the earth.

  

                Conserve    ~    Collaborate    ~    Enhance    ~    Educate

Some of our Partner Programs

NRCS

Save the Monarch Butterfly

Backyard Conservation

Visit Pathway to Water Quality State Fairgrounds.

Watershed demonstration site.