In 2020, the District developed the 2021-2025 Strategic Plan to further advance our conservation efforts with comprehensive programs and innovative approaches to put “conservation on the ground”. This plan encourages a thoughtful course of action that gives equal weight to the immediate and the long-term, as well as to the local and far-reaching impacts of our actions on the natural environment.
Throughout the plan, you will note that there are goals and strategies associated with each of these focus areas – Soil Health, Water Quality, Invasive Species and Wildlife Habitat. Education has been a part of the District’s general objective for nearly eight decades, and we continue to believe that education is one of the most effective ways to guarantee the wise use of our natural resources for the future.
For information on how we’re doing, please take a look at our 2020 Annual Report as it provides an update on the accomplishments of our strategic plan. This report also provides us with an opportunity to share the previous year’s activities, conservation accomplishments and financial status as required by the Soil and Water Conservation District law (IC 14-32-4-6).
Please take a look at our accomplishments and let us know how we’re doing!