LaGrange County Soil and Water Conservation District

Provide leadership and assistance in the proper use and management of soil, water and related natural resources in LaGrange County

The LaGrange County Soil and Water Conservation District is a governmental entity dedicated to promoting conservation of soil and water resources by providing educational and technical assistance. With an emphasis on soil and water, we also address conservation issues related to other natural resources.

LaGrange County, traditionally a rural community, is one of the fastest growing counties in the state of Indiana. One of the largest flea markets in the area, antique, craft and gift shops, blacksmith, harness and woodworking shops and horse drawn vehicles and unique farming procedures offers thousands of visitors a wide variety of tourist attractions.

Pigeon River Fish and Wildlife Area, county parks and over 70 fresh water lakes add to the natural esthetics of the county. A complex soils system and a large concentration of livestock, demands the use of Best Management Practices in protecting the soil and water resources.

All of these things present a challenge for educating youth and adults about the importance of conservation and stewardship of the land. Take a moment to browse our site to see how the LaGrange County Soil and Water Conservation District plans to address these issues.


Contact LaGrange County Soil and Water Conservation District

Dona Hunter
District Coordinator
910 South Detroit Street
Lagrange, Indiana  46761-2400
Phone: (260) 463-3471
Fax: (260) 463-5200


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Lagrange County, Indiana

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