Employment Opportunity- Hancock Soil & Water
The Hancock Soil & Water Conservation District currently accepting applications for a District Technician/Technical Coordinator. Click the links below for more information.
Working Lands Buffer Program
Brights Ditch Watershed Grant
Hancock Soil &Water Conservation District has received a grant from the Great Lakes Commission- Great Lakes Restoration project for the reduction of sediment and phosphorus in Brights Ditch, the Blanchard River and ultimately into Lake Erie.
The revised practices available for cost-share through this grant are: Precision Soil Testing, Fertilizer Placement, Conservation Tillage, Cover Crops, Water Control Structure with no main and Water Control Structure with main. Priority will be given to landowner/farmers in the Brights Ditch watershed and then Eagle Creek, Potato Run and Blanchard River watersheds.
For more information click the link below or you may contact: Hancock SWCD at 419-422-6569
Educators-Hancock Soil & Water Conservation District 2019 Poster Contest
Students in Hancock County are invited to create an entry for the Hancock Soil & Water Conservation District 2019 Poster Contest. Entries for Poster Contest will be accepted at the Hancock Soil & Water Conservation District office until 4:00 pm on April 26, 2019. Click here for more details.
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:
2019 Winter Newsletter
The Hancock SWCD Winter Newsletter is now available. Click here to download your copy!
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