2022 Fish Sale
Hancock Soil & Water will be holding an annual fish sale again this year. Click here to download an order form and descriptions of the fish offered. The order deadline is September 15, 2022 with pick-up on September 22, 2022 at 10 a.m. in the Hancock Agricultural Service Center parking lot. Please call us at 419-422-6569 if you have any questions.
Ottawa Creek Maintenance Project
Hancock Soil & Water is currently in the process of performing a routine log jam and dead/leaning tree removal on Ottawa Creek. Due to staffing changes in our office, letters notifying landowners of the project were not sent out. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. Please share this information with anyone that might be affected by the project, if there should be any questions or concerns, please contact Tyler Koenig at Hancock SWCD at 419-422-6569 ext.105.
Please check out the H2Ohio page by clicking here to see more information about the H2Ohio Program.
If you have not received payment yet for a complete 2021 H2Ohio practice and are not sure why, please contact the Hancock SWCD office at 419-422-6569. You may have not turned in all required information. If you are working with your Ag Retailer or CCA to turn in documentation for you, please double check with them to make sure they have turned in all required information. Also, if you have not done so already, please submit your nutrient management plan for both 2022 & 2023.
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Manure Application Guidelines
UPDATE – The Ohio Department of Agriculture Division of Soil and Water Conservation would like to remind producers and nutrient applicators of laws and restrictions on manure application. Click the following link to review the current information:
2022 Spring Newsletter
The Hancock SWCD Winter Newsletter is now available. Click here to download your copy!
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