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Protecting and enhancing Texas' natural resources since 1939.

The Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board (TSSWCB)

is the state agency that administers Texas' soil and water conservation law and coordinates conservation and nonpoint source water pollution abatement programs throughout the State.
Protecting and enhancing Texas' natural resources since 1939.
The Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board (TSSWCB) is the state agency that administers Texas' soil and water conservation law and coordinates conservation and nonpoint source water pollution abatement programs throughout the State.

Soil and Water Conservation Districts (SWCDs)

Texas has over 200 SWCDs managing a variety of local conservation activities across the state. As independent political bodies, SWCDs communicate with state and federal agencies through the TSSWCB.

SWCDs

Find resources in your district

texas-regions-map-svg SWCD Locator Map

Our Mission

TSSWCB works in conjunction with local SWCDs to encourage the wise and productive use of natural resources. It is our goal to ensure the availability of those resources for future generations, so that all Texans' present and future needs can be met in a manner that promotes a clean, healthy environment and strong economic growth.

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TSSWCB HUB Program

The Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board is currently recruiting for a protégé for our HUB Mentor Protégé program. For more information, please visit our HUB Mentor Protégé Plan page.

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What We Do

The TSSWCB is the lead state agency for the planning, management, and abatement of agricultural and silvicultural (forestry) nonpoint source water pollution, and administers the Water Supply Enhancement Program. The TSSWCB maintains regional offices in strategic locations in the State to help carry out the agency’s responsibilities.

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