To promote the wise use of our natural resources in order to enhance the environment and quality of life for the people of Paulding County.
Soil. Water. Conservation.
Paulding Soil and Water Conservation District works hard to help farmers implement conservation practices that conserve top soil and keep nutrients in place through Best Management Practices. This helps to keep nutrients and other resources where they are needed, in the soil, and out of waterways.
Classroom visits, field days and programming help to create an understanding and a connection to the natural environment so that as children grow, they will appreciate and conserve these precious resources.
The newest issue of Spotlight on Conservation is now available! Click on the link below for the latest news and information from the Paulding SWCD office! Spotlight on Conservation
There is a science to planting trees. They younger you plant them, the less likely they are to feel the stress of the tree roots being disturbed. It is also a more cost effective way to add trees to your landscape. The drawback however, is that it will be many years...
Windbreaks provide many benefits to soil, water, plants, animals and man. They are an important part of the modern day agricultural landscape. Windbreaks come in many different sizes and shapes to serve many different conservation purposes. Click the link to download...