Lower Salamonie River Watershed

Grant Project

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Cost Share Program

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 In continuing our efforts in the Lower Salamonie  River Watershed area, we have received a new 319 Non-Point Source Management Program Grant.  This grant will provide funding for new implementation projects that will help improve soil health and the quality of the water in our rivers and streams.  Information about the cost share program will be listed in local papers and on this website under Programs.

         

  

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Section 205j Grant – Upper Wabash River Watershed

  

The Huntington County SWCD is the sponsoring agency for a Section 205j Water Quality Planning Program Grant for the Upper Wabash River Phase 3 watershed area.  This grant will provide funding for development of a Watershed Management Plan, water sampling and outreach programs.    The watershed areas included in the Phase 3 project include portions of Allen, Huntington, Wabash, Wells and Whitley counties.  

  

Our Mission:  The mission of the Huntington County Soil and Water Conservation District is to educate and provide assistance to landowners in the wise use of conservation practices on the land to protect the soil, water quality and other natural resources.

 

  

  
2040 Riverfork Drive - Huntington - Indiana 46750 - 260-356-6816 ext. 3 - FAX # 260-356-9557  Contact Us

Huntington County Soil & Water Conservation District

  

  

Click here or image below for our SWCD 5 Year Business Plan  

  

  

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Cost Share Program

HCSWCD Cost Share Program for Native/Prairie Plantings and Cover Crops.

See Programs page for application and details about program.

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The Huntington County SWCD Fall Tree and Fish Sales Order Forms are available on the Sales and Events page.

  

  

  

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 SWCD Affiliate Membership forms are available now on the Events Page.

"A community working together

today to protect the environment

for a better tomorrow."