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 affiliate memberships help support the district: tours, school visits, award programs, library materials, education materials and supplies, adult and youth workshops and field days, and various other adult and youth educational programs. In 2019, with your help, we were able to reach and educate 3,726 adults and youth.
As you look to become a new member or simply renew your membership, please be reminded that you will receive an invitation to our SWCD Annual Banquet, and will be listed in annual report and on our website and Facebook page. All of our members will be listed in the program at the banquet, and will receive a special thank you from our board members during the business meeting.
Please help us make a difference in Pulaski County natural resource conservation as we invite you to renew your affiliate membership. If you are not already a member, please consider becoming one in 2021! Any contribution amount would be of great help to further our conservation programs and projects.
Become an Affiliate Member
These conservation-committed businesses and individuals have donated to support the projects and programs to be carried out by our district in 2021:
Ace Hardware & Keepsakes
Budd Insurance Agency
Niki Clemons/Clemons Seed & Supply
Steve & Mary Cotner
Crop Fertility Specialists/Kova Ag
First National Bank of Monterey
Fritz Black Sands Farm
Delores & Grover Furr
Vernon & Vera Gillum
GreenMark Equipment Inc.
Hintz Farms Inc.
Howard Conner Farms
Keller Ag. Advisory
Miller’s Store/Steve Miller
Kevin & Kim Podell
Pond View Golf Course
Pulaski County Abstract Co., Inc.
Tippecanoe River State Park
Dennis & Pamela Zahora
Anyone can become an affiliate member of the Pulaski County Soil & Water Conservation District. For more information, please contact our office at (574)946-3243, Ext. 3