2018 District Board Meeting Schedule

All District meetings begin at 9:30 A.M unless otherwise noted

 

January 4, 2018                      Virginia Cooperative Extension office in Stanley

February 1, 2018                    Virginia Department of Ag & Consumer Services office in Harrisonburg

March 1, 2018                        Virginia Department of Ag & Consumer Services office in Harrisonburg

April 5, 2018                           Virginia Cooperative Extension office in Stanley

May 3, 2018                            Virginia Department of Ag & Consumer Services office in Harrisonburg

June 7, 2018                           Virginia Department of Ag & Consumer Services office in Harrisonburg

July 5, 2018                             Virginia Cooperative Extension office in Stanley

August 2, 2018                       Virginia Department of Ag & Consumer Services office in Harrisonburg

September 6, 2018                 Virginia Department of Ag & Consumer Services office in Harrisonburg

October 4, 2018                      Virginia Cooperative Extension office in Stanley

November 1, 2018                  Virginia Department of Ag & Consumer Services office in Harrisonburg

December 6, 2018                  Virginia Department of Ag & Consumer Services office in Harrisonburg

 

Meeting location may be subject to change, contact the District to confirm the location.

 

The Shenandoah Valley Soil & Water Conservation District (SVSWCD) is a political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Virginia.  The Conservation District works with various federal, state, and local agencies to provide technical assistance and promote natural resource conservation. The SVSWCD serves Page County, Rockingham County and the City of Harrisonburg.  Programs are administered by District staff under the supervision of the District Manager and the Board of Directors.  The Board consists of six locally elected members and two appointed members.

 

The District receives funding from various sources including local, state and federal entities.  Funding from all three sources is utilized to support District operational expenses including staff salaries, supplies, equipment, and other essential operating costs.  The District coordinates and administers a variety of activities encompassing many aspects of natural resource conservation.  Not only is operational funding essential to the District’s programs, activities and services, but is also vital to implementing conservation practice