Seminole SWCD

Through our relationship with the Florida Department of Agriculture and the NRCS - National Resources Conservation Service, our mission is to educate land users and water consumers, promote natural conservation technology and to provide the best land and water use management practices that will conserve, improve, and sustain the natural environment of Seminole County Florida.

As a conservation district we are charged with providing service to the citizens of our county. As elected officials we are subject to the will of the people.

The Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District helps:

  • Implement farm, ranch community and forestland conservation practices to protect soil productivity, water quality and quantity and wildlife habitat.
  • Aid land owners in their efforts to secure financial assistance to implement conservation practices.
  • Assist communities and homeowners in planting trees and other land owners to address impacts of too much or too little water.
  • Reach out to schools and communities to teach the value of protecting our natural resources.
  • Organize waterway cleanups
  • Offer educational programs on water conservation and pollution.

Seminole's Soil and Water Conservation District works with community groups, homeowners associations and even local governments to help educate them in the areas of conservation and in the best practices for the preservation of our natural resources.

We offer educational programs and materials that help people conserve the natural resources that make Seminole County the beautiful location that drew so many of us to this area. We offer advice and can provide materials that help residents make good choices in landscaping that are both Water-Wise and beautiful. We can also offer information about ways to conserve water inside and outside the home.

Contact Seminole SWCD

Vicki DeSormier
PO Box 180834
Casselberry, Florida  32718
Phone: 407.314.9276


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Seminole County, Florida

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