The Indiana Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts and our 92 SWCDs represent over 450 volunteers across the state.
Local Districts are uniquely positioned to bring a critical environmental perspective to land use and economic development decisions. The future of conservation in Indiana is bright and the potential of local Districts is unlimited thanks to the commitment from elected officials and individuals, and due to continued support for Indiana conservation through Clean Water Indiana funding.
SWCDs are governed by boards comprised of "supervisors:" local men and women serving in these elected or appointed positions. The supervisors, along with staff at the local level, help put conservation on the ground with landowners in the country, in our cities and towns, and the land areas in between.
The Indiana Association of SWCDs represents the interests of local Districts as one
voice, and assists their leadership through
coordination and education for the wise use and management
of our natural resources.
Whether you live on a farm, in a small town, or in the heart of an urban
center, health and sustainable Indiana communities begin with the wise management of our natural resources.