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Vision

The Pulaski County Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) is a government subdivision of the state and a public body exercising public powers.  Our functions include: Providing…

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Mission

The mission of the Pulaski County SWCD is to conserve, improve, and sustain the appropriate use of our natural resources.  The current issues we face  in our…

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Strategies and Initiatives

The District has various workshops and educational meetings for land users that help them obtain profitable endeavors.  These include information on no-till farming, cover crops, pesticide effects…

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Division of Soil Conservation

Stewardship of the environment is key to the continued viability of agriculture for generations to come.  In addition, Indiana agriculture provides a number of important environmental benefits…

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Affiliate Members

These conservation committed businesses and individuals have given to support programming by our district during 2014.  Anyone can become an 2015 affiliate member of the Pulaski County…

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Kindergarten

Who Grew My Soup: Students learn where their vegetables were grown. Each child receives a small cup with fresh vegetables to try. Field Day at Tippecanoe River…

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First Grade

Introduction to Soil and Earthworms: Students are introduced to facts about our soil and our earthworms. Each child receives a cup with soil (chocolate cookie pieces) and…

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Second Grade

Introduction to Wetlands: Students learn about wetlands and the life cycle of a dragonfly and a frog. They get to help a frog (a banana) shed its skin,…

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Third Grade

Incredible, Edible Landfill: Students learn about recycling and all the different parts of a landfill. They then construct a landfill using different yummy foods and enjoy eating…

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Fourth Grade

Fur Trade/Beavers: Students learn about the fur trade, beaver furs, and the history of the beaver. Field Day: Students learn about birds, trees, otters, mussels, Indiana sign…

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Fifth Grade

Sandhill Crane Day: Students travel to Jasper-Pulaski Fish and Wildlife Area to learn about the Sandhill Crane. They learn about their bones, difficulties cranes encounter while migrating,…

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Envirothon

Envirothon is a competitive learning event for high school-aged students. Envirothon tests the student’s knowledge of environmental resources including aquatics, soils, forestry wildlife and current environmental issues….

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Ecology Club

We visit West Central Middle School and present programs to the ecology club once or twice a year. They also visit Tippecanoe River State Park for a…

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Kewanna Library

We visit the library twice a year and present various programs there such as Water is My Hero, and Dead Fred – a water pollution story.

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River Rafting Expedition

This event is held at the Tippecanoe River State Park for 6 days in September. High school students from our area raft on the Tippecanoe River while…

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