ALABAMA IS A BEAUTIFUL STATE. Conservation management enables landowners to make wise decisions about the use of our natural resources. The result is a quality of life that is enjoyed not only by residents but visitors as well. This has been the mission of the conservation partnership for 70 years. We trust that it will continue for many years to come.
The Cullman County Soil & Water Conservation District meets quarterly on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 9:30 A.M. at the USDA Service Center Building.
For nearly 70 years, the State Soil and Water Conservation Committee and the 67 Soil and Water Conservation Districts have had Alabama’s strong support. Through Memorandum of Agreements with the Governor’s office and the USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), we share a unique delivery system and conservation partnership like no other in the public or private sector. We work with landowners through a non-regulatory, voluntary approach to natural resource management.Read More
The following things are available to check out or have the staff come and do a presentation.
- Education Programs
- Water Source Books
- Conservation Education and Information Resource Guide (all grades)
- Conservation Education Materials
- Video Tapes
These workshops are free and you receive CEU credits for these workshops. If you are ever in need of a particular workshop, or just need information or educational material, please contact us. Below are a few of the programs we will have at the teacher’s workshop.