David Kenga Named Conservation Teacher of the Year
Rabbi Meir Muller Named Conservation Principal of the Year
Conservation Poster Contests Award Winners Announced
Richland Conservation District Receives Award
Septic Assistance in the Twenty-five Mile Creek Watershed
Trees of Columbia: Walking Tours of Treasured Trees
Spring 2017 Newsletter
Shoreline Plant Identification
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The Richland Soil and Water Conservation District (District) promotes the wise use of natural resources for the benefit of the citizens of Richland County. Conservation Districts are political subdivisions of state government under the local direction of a five-member Board of Commissioners. Three Commissioners are elected in the General Election; two are appointed by the SC Department of Natural Resources. These Commissioners volunteer their time and services to help improve natural resources conservation. There are 46 conservation districts in SC whose jurisdictions conform to county boundaries. Use the links below or at the right to learn more about our programs.
Meet our Commissioners, staff, and partners; learn how the Dust Bowl contributed to the creation of conservation districts in the United States; and find information about District meetings.
As a founding member of the Midlands Local Food Collaborative, the District promotes sustainable agriculture, land stewardship, and equitable food access in the SC Midlands.
Find information about upcoming workshops and events, technical programs, and conservation projects.
We provide several programs, resources, and opportunities for Richland County teachers and students which introduce youth to nature and encourage environmental responsibility.
Join us on our mission of Conservation by becoming a District volunteer or Affiliate Member, and sign up to receive news updates from the District.
Chronological record of District news and events.