"Whereas, natural resources of Champaign County are basic assets of the county and their preservation is necessary for the economic and social well being of its citizens, it is the policy of the Champaign County Soil and Water Conservation District to provide leadership and coordinate programs to help people conserve, improve, and sustain our natural resources."
The Champaign County Soil and Water Conservation District is a local unit of government which has been in existence since 1943. It is governed by a five person board of directors, elected by landowners and land occupants within the District. The Directors, themselves landowners or land occupants, are given the responsibility of developing and administering a comprehensive natural resource conservation plan. The District receives its operating funds from The Illinois Department of Agriculture and the Champaign County Board.
Founded in 1943
2110 W Park Ct C, Champaign (IL), 61821, United States