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Vision & Mission

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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Board Members & Staff

Our District is governed by a board of five supervisors.  Three are elected and two are appointed by the State Soil Conservation Board upon the recommedations of the…

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Affiliate Members

Our soil and water conservation programs are dependent upon donations from individual and business memberships. The following are just some of the ways the funds generated by…

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Tippecanoe River State Park Stream Bank Restoration Project

This project is being funded by the Division of Fish & Wildlife’s Lake and River Enhancement (LARE) Program. The goal of this program is to protect and enhance…

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2017 Fall Cropland Transect

The Indiana Conservation Partnership (ICP) is committed to completing the 2017 Fall Cropland Transect. The increase in demand for Indiana’s row crop production, coupled with the ICP’s…

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INField Advantage

Infield Advantage (INFA) is a proactive, collaborative opportunity for farmers to collect and understand personalized, on-farm data to optimize their management practices to, ultimately, improve their bottom…

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2014-2016 Clean Water Indiana Grant – Cover Crop Cost Share & Demonstration Plot

  Multi-District Grant $75,000.00 Fulton, White, & Pulaski SWCDs General Objectives: Reduce sediment and nutrients in the Tippecanoe River Promote “conservation on the ground” through the use…

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Agricultural Conservation Easement Program (ACEP)

The Agricultural Conservation Easement Program (ACEP) provides financial and technical assistance to help conserve agricultural lands and wetlands and their related benefits. Under the Agricultural Land Easements…

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Conservation Reserve Program (CRP)

The Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) provides technical and financial assistance to eligible farmers and ranchers to address soil, water, and related natural resource concerns on their lands…

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Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP)

The Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) helps you build on your existing conservation efforts while strengthening your operation.  Whether you are looking to improve grazing conditions, increase crop…

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Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP)

The Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) is a voluntary program that provides financial and technical assistance to agricultural producers to plan and implement conservation practices that improve…

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Healthy Forests Reserve Program (HFRP)

The Healthy Forests Reserve Program (HFRP) helps landowners restore, enhance and protect forestland resources on private lands through easements and financial assistance. HRFP aids the recovery of…

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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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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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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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2018 Spring Tree Sale

Pulaski Soil & Water will once again host our annual Spring Tree Sale. We will have the following species on hand this spring: American Arborvitae Norway Spruce…

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Marking Flags

We have survey/marking flags available to purchase for $10.00 per bundle. Flags are 5″ x 8″ with a 36″wire staff. For more information or to purchase flags,…

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At-Home Water Testing

Is your drinking water safe? You drink it, bathe in it, cook with it — don’t you deserve to know what’s in your drinking water? EnviroTestKits are…

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Web Soil Survey (WSS)

Web Soil Survey (WSS) provides soil data and information produced by the National Cooperative Soil Survey. It is operated by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS)…

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Pulaski County GIS

The purpose of Pulaski GIS mapping is to display the geographic location of a variety of data sources frequently updated from local government and other agencies. Neither…

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