What is a Conservation District?
Conservation Districts are subdivisions of state government that work to address natural resource concerns. The Lancaster Soil and Water Conservation District is committed to improving the quality of life for the citizens of Lancaster County.
The Lancaster Soil and Water Conservation District consists of a board of five commissioners- three elected in the general election and two appointed by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. These commissioners volunteer their time, talents, and services to help improve natural resource awareness.
For over sixty years, the Lancaster Soil and Water Conservation District is here to serve YOU! Our conservation district is working for you and your community to promote wise use of our natural resources.
Check out our objectives and goals:
Monthly meetings are scheduled on the first Monday of every month at 7:00 p.m. Meetings are held at the district office, which is located at 1771 Hwy. 521 Bypass South in Lancaster.
You are welcome to join us for these meetings!!
Anyone needing disability accommodations, please call Amanda Roberts at the district office no later than Thursday prior to the Monday meeting date.