RECENT NEWS

65th Annual Stewardship Week!

The Association of Illinois Soil and Water Conservation Districts (AISWCD) wants to remind you that each of us has a connection to our natural resources. In partnership with the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD), Read more…

Conservation Catchall

After a hiatus, we are pleased to share that the AISWCD’s Conservation Catchall publication is back! Check out the spring edition of the Catchall now! Click HERE to read!

Stewardship Week

The National Association of Conservation Districts and AISWCD celebrate “Stewardship Week” each spring! The 65th annual celebration is April 26th through May 3rd, 2020! Tag us in your social media posts using the following tags: Read more…

10 Reasons to Say Yes to Illinois SWCDs

Soil and Water Conservation Districts work to protect Illinois’ greatest assets–the rich,fertile soils and water resources of the state through strategic conservation efforts. Soil and Water Conservation Districts,or SWCDs, have for decades overplayed a central Read more…

2020 Illinois Envirothon Competition

The AISWCD is proud to host the Illinois Envirothon Competition each year. Envirothon is an academic competition featuring teams of high school aged students from across Illinois. Please click here to learn more or get Read more…

SWCDS DELIVER

DRIVING VALUE, DELIVERING CONSERVATION
TRUSTED RESOURCES

TRUSTED RESOURCES

SWCDs are local, trusted resources that provide a wide variety of services in rural and urban settings that includes technical expertise and assistance towards natural resource management, conservation planning, outreach and education.

SUSTAINERS

SUSTAINERS

SWCDs work to protect Illinois’ greatest assets – the rich, fertile soils and water resources of the state through strategic conservation efforts. The AISWCD and its member distrcits supports the mantra of 'clean water, healthy soils.'

IMPLEMENTORS

IMPLEMENTORS

SWCDs implement conservation practices, protect groundwater resources, conserve and restore wetlands/habitat, and work with other levels of government, homeowners, and developers to manage Illinois’ land in an environmentally sensitive manner.

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