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Programs

SWCD Director & Employee Workshop

Overview

Each year the TSSWCB and the ATSWCD hosts a SWCD Director & Employee Workshop for new and current Soil and Water Conservation District Directors and employees, as well as USD

Texas Conservation Awards Program

Overview

Each year the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board (TSSWCB) and the Association of Texas Soil and Water Conservation Districts (ATSWCD) recognize and honor individuals w

Soil and Water Stewardship Week

Overview

The Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board, Association of Texas Soil & Water Conservation Districts, Texas Wildlife Association and Texas and Southwestern Cattle Rais

Soil and Water Stewardship Public Speaking Contest

Overview

The Soil and Water Stewardship Public Speaking Contest is open to high school agricultural science students interested in conservation.

SWCD Resources

Overview

Our SWCDs resource section contains documents, forms and other items that may be useful to Texas SWCDs in conducting their daily business operations.

Conservation Education Models

Watershed/Nonpoint Source Model

Watershed/Nonpoint Source model provides a hands-on, interactive demonstration of the sources and effects of water pollution and allows users to demonstrat

Poultry Water Quality Management Program

Overview

In 2001, the 77th Legislature amended the Texas Water Code to require all persons who own or operate a poultry facility to implement and maintain a Water Quality Management Plan

Environmental Data Quality Management

Overview

The TSSWCB, along with its cooperating entities and laboratories, is committed to the application of sound science, appropriate quality assurance standards, and practicality in s

Coastal Nonpoint Source Pollution Control Program

Overview

The Texas Coastal Management Program was approved by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) on January 10, 1997.

Watershed Protection Plan Program

What is coordinated watershed planning?

Watershed planning is a locally-driven mechanism for voluntarily addressing complex water quality problems that cross multiple jurisdictions.

"Protecting and Enhancing Natural Resources since 1939."

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