Vigo County Soil and Water Conservation District

The Vigo County Soil and Water Conservation District was officially organized by landowners on January 23, 1950. The District is a sub-division for the State of Indiana is responsible for soil and water conservation activities in Vigo County. The district does not have any legal or regulatory power. It cannot replace or duplicate the functions of local government units.

To promote the wise use of soil, water and natural resources by providing education and technical assistance to individual landowners, operators, homeowners, organizations, agencies and units of government. To analyze local needs and development programs aimed at solving problems of soil and water conservation. Through the District, these problems are solved largely by land users themselves, with assistance furnished by various organizations and agencies.

To take an active role in the conservation, development, and productive use of our soil, water and related natural resources.


Contact Vigo County Soil and Water Conservation District

Becky Steele
Administrative Assistant
3241 South 3rd Place
Honey Creek West
Terre Haute, Indiana  47802-3765
Phone: (812) 232-0193


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Vigo County, Indiana

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