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Effective conservation of our land and water resources begins with awareness and understanding.  Our outreach and education programs are designed to address three main ideas: why clean water and fertile topsoil are important to everyone (not just farmers), what human activities threaten these vital resources, and how individuals and communities can make contributions to using our natural resources wisely so that future generations will have enough - this is the principle of sustainability.  Some of our programs also address other related issues, such as wildlife habitat, land use planning, and agricultural concerns.  Contact Education/Information Specialist Kristen Lauer for more information at or call at 937-854-7646 ext. 0521 

Montgomery Soil & Water Conservation District

Helping People and Communities Care for Land and Water


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