PROMOTING WISE AND RESPONSIBLE USE OF
Newberry Soil and Water Conservation District hosts a variety of events, classes, workshops, camps, and educational sessions to promote, help educate and inform landowners, and assist in the implementation of conservation practices.
Newberry Soil and Water Conservation District board consists of three Commissioners elected in the South Carolina general elections, two Commissioners appointed by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, and a District Coordinator.
Newberry Soil and Water Conservation District has a number of partnerships with different organizations to promote conservation practices, these include governmental agencies, public committees, and private landowners.
Newberry Soil and Water Conservation District is a local governmental agency responsible to the citizens of the district in matters involving resource conservation. It promotes the wise and responsible use of natural resources. The district develops and implements programs to protect and conserve soil, water, farmland, woodland, wildlife, energy, and riparian and wetland resources.
The Newberry Soil and Water Conservation District promotes conservation practices through long-range planning, distributing information and education to the public, working with legislators to work for the best interest of the landowner, preforming youth education through supplemental education and camps, work with the media and preform public relations to promote understanding of conservation practices and resources.