The Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District has been working to manage and promote the wise use of natural resources in Hamilton County since 1965.
|Mission||Working to manage and promote the wise use of natural resources in Hamilton County since 1965.|
The Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District staff works to reduce soil erosion, protect water quality and quantity, manage invasive species, and offer diversified programs and educational events to the public. In order to protect the integrity of Hamilton County's natural resources, the District provides technical assistance to land owners, municipalities, and organizations that meet conservation needs.
International Paper Grant: Beetle Munchers, 2016.
Pollution Prevention Institute Grant: Green Infrastructure Demonstration Project - 2014
Frank Bratt Scholarship - 2013, 2016
International Paper Grant: Creating the Adirondack EcoTrail - 2013
Districts in the News Award - 2012, 2011, 2014
NYS Conservation Districts Employees Association Special Project Award - 2012
NYS Conservation Districts Employees Association Division V Merit Awards - Lenny Croote, Janice Reynolds, and Caitlin Stewart
$7 / bale
Conservation Grass Seed Mix
$13 for a 5 lb bag, covers 800 – 2000 ft2
$65 for a 25 lb bag
10 cents / ft2
Hamilton County Patch
Proceeds benefit the Envirothon.