SWCS, in partnership with Association of Retired Conservation Service Employees, is looking for an intern to assist us in the operations and logistics of the 76th SWCS International Annual Conference and development of a nonprofit program.
Bioreactors, the newest addition to the Conservation Media Library, are an innovative conservation practice that filters drainage tile water through woodchips to remove nutrients and protect water quality.
New Book from SWCS Celebrates Past Accomplishments and Offers Insight into the Future of Conservation
A new publication from the Soil and Water Conservation Society celebrates progress of the past and explores the future of conservation at a critical time when all natural resources are threatened by the imminent impact of a changing climate.
The Soil and Water Conservation Society has elected new officers and added three new members to its Board of Directors.
Virtual Soil and Water Conservation Conference Speakers to Address Agricultural Innovation and Inclusion in Conservation Professions
The Soil and Water Conservation Society (SWCS) 75th International Annual Conference, to be held virtually July 27-29, 2020, will feature presentations and dialogue surrounding conservation innovations and diversity and inclusion.
The Soil and Water Conservation Society (SWCS) would like to congratulate the winners of the 2020 SWCS awards.
Soil and Water Conservation Society Calls for Congress to Support Conservation Professionals and Conservation Infrastructure during the COVID-19 Pandemic
SWCS calls on Congress to recognize the critical role of agricultural conservation as they consider stimulus and infrastructure packages to address the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Soil and Water Conservation Society denounces the systemic racism, discrimination, and inequality that exist today.
Thought Leaders to Kick Off Soil and Water Conservation Society 2020 International Annual Conference with a Dialogue on Scaling Up Conservation Innovations
Papers Published by the Journal of Soil and Water Conservation Provide Evidence that USDA Conservation Practices Work
Conservation practices are working to reduce runoff, improve soil quality, and mitigate contaminants in small watersheds across the country, according to USDA’s scientific findings published yesterday in the Journal of Soil and Water Conservation.