The Davidson Soil and Water Conservation District offers a Conservation Education Program that is designed to provide current conservation information to learners of any age. This program includes:
- Classroom presentations in schools
- Farm pond clinics
- Farm tours
- Field days
- Information meetings
- Presentations to civic and other groups
- Project food, land, and people
- Quarterly newsletters
- Sixth grade poster and essay contest
- Training students for the North Carolina Envirothon
- Various other educational activities
Presentations can be tailored to your groups specific need or interest. Each activity is geared for the specific age range of the group. The District staff works to be as flexible as possible to provide conservation information in an enjoyable, interesting, and informative manner. Topics for presentations have included basic information on soil and water, land use issues, water conservation, wildlife habitat improvement, backyard conservation measures, wildflower establishment, and many other issues that relate to natural resource conservation.
To schedule your group for a conservation education activity contact any member of the District staff by calling 336-242-2075.
Education & Information
Activities and materials are provided on topics related to natural resource conservation issues. This includes classroom presentations, presentations to civic groups, educational materials, soils interpretations, aerial photography, etc.
Presentations on Soil & Water Conservation
Presentations are made upon request to any group interested in natural resources conservation improvement. Programs are adapted for each group.
Publications are provided on a wide variety of conservation subject matter. Please call or come by our office for assistance.