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About Wakulla SWCD

Our Purpose

Soil and Water Conservation Districts were created in response to the Dust Bowl disaster of the 1930s. Recognition of the value inherent in soil and water spurred the U.S. to form local conservation districts. District boards function at a county level and are dedicated to wisely stewarding soil and water resources in the interest of public health, safety, and welfare.

The mission of the Wakulla Soil and Water Conservation District Board is to provide the administration of programs to conserve soil and improve water quality on private lands in Wakulla County. The board works in conjunction with federal, state, regional, and local partners to achieve these goals.

*** The Wakulla Soil and Water Conservation District meets at the Wakulla County Extension Office, 84 Cedar Ave., Crawfordville, FL .