Capturing and Storing Water
throughout the year.
when, how often, and how much.
Otters, being near the top of the food chain, are
very sensitive to pollution of aquatic systems.
Human activity along waterways and predation of young are also limiting factors.
The annual mortality rate is estimated at 38%.
We are the Clarendon County Soil & Water Conservation District. Our Mission is to Conserve soil and water through Education, Observation and Implementation.
benefit of the citizens of Clarendon County.
Provide Conservation education to the public through school programs and comunity involvement.
Observe, report, and monitor conservation and natural resource concerns in Clarendon County.
Promote and implement programs to protect and conserve natural resources in Clarendon County.
Our Partner - SCDNR
Conservation districts are unique; no other agency has the responsibility that districts have. If conservation activities are to take place within a district, the district must initiate them. Other government agencies and groups may assit in these efforts, but the responsibility rests, by law, with the conservation district.
The Clarendon Conservation District coordinates assistance from all available sources - public and private, local state and federal - in an effort to develop locally driven solutions to natural resource concerns. It is the districts responsiblity to the citizens of Clarendon County to provide first-line leadership in developing and implementing plans that will address the conservation needs within the county.
Managing for soil health allows producers to work with the land – not against – to reduce erosion, maximize water infiltration, improve nutrient cycling, save money on inputs, and ultimately improve the resiliency of their working land.
By better optimizing your water usage, you are not only doing your part to conserve one of nature’s most precious resources, but you can also produce healthier crops, all with less water.
There are many different ways in which you can recycle your farmland waste materials, whether it be putting them back into your farm or handing them over to a recycling company who can distribute recyclable items to the best place.
No-Till Drill Rental
Supporting Good Cause
If you would like to become an affilate member please contact the district office at 803-435-2612 ext 3
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT