The Shenandoah Valley Soil & Water Conservation District’s Mission is to Promote Stewardship and Conservation of our Natural Resources
The Shenandoah Valley Soil and Water Conservation District was founded in 1940 and is one of the 47 Virginia Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts. The Shenandoah Valley Soil and Water Conservation District serves Rockingham and Page counties as well as the city of Harrisonburg. There are a variety of conservation programs available to farmers, businesses, and landowners.
These conservation programs provide both technical and financial assistance for the installation of best management practices that can have a direct benefit to soil, water, air, plant, and animal resources as well as to you and your production. Funding is provided by local, state, and federal sources. Conservation programs are carried out by district staff and are governed by the Board of Directors. There are monthly board meetings that are open to the public.
Check out the July 2016-June 2017 Annual Report to get an overview of what the Shenandoah Valley Soil & Water Conservation District does!
Help Plant Trees!
Register for the November 4th tree planting at the following google form: Tree Planting Registration.
Complete the Health Form and bring it to the tree planting. Forms can also be completed upon arrival at the planting site.
- Having issues with your septic system? The Shenandoah Valley can provide you with funding to fix problems with your failing septic system!
- The SVSWCD is currently selling pre-made rain barrels!