WASHINGTON SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT

A little about the District…

As a result of the Dust Bowl in the 1930’s, legislation was passed that eventually resulted in the creation of Soil and Water Conservation Districts in Ohio. Washington Soil and Water Conservation  District was organized on August 24, 1945 and was the 41st district to form in the state of Ohio.  Washington SWCD is a local unit of government operating under state law.  General funding is provided by the county commissioners.  The state of Ohio also provides operating funds, based on a percentage of the local contributions to the district.  Five publicly elected supervisors govern the Washington SWCD and each of Ohio’s 88 soil and water conservation districts.  Those supervisors serve without pay in the interest of planning and carrying out the district programs.  The Washington SWCD works with landowners and the government to inventory resources, educate, and develop solutions to a variety of problems.  The technical services this agency provides are free to the public.

Washington Soil and Water Conservation District

21330 SR 676 Ste. E

Marietta, OH 45750

740-373-4857

 

Email: first name.last name@oh.nacdnet.net

 

 

To contact us:

SWCD STAFF

 

Pam Brooker, District Program Administrator

 

Mary Campbell, Admistrative Coordinator

 

Kathy Davis, Storm Water Specialist

 

Glenna Hoff, Education Specialist

 

Rebecca Moore, Wildlife Specialist

 

Kevin Wagner, District Technician

 

Heidi Suhoski, Duck Creek Watershed

 

NRCS STAFF

Jon Bourdon, District Conservationist

 

Pat Feeley, Civil Engineer Technician

 

Andy Hofner, Soil Conservationist

 

 

 

  SWCD Board of Supervisors

Mark Dailey

Pat Gates

John Hartline

Jamey Rauch

Debbie Burkhart 

County Commissioners

Sam Cook

John Grimes

Larry Steinel

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Washington Soil and Water Conservation District prohibit

discrimination of its programs on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital or familial status.  (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.)