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Soil and Water Conservation Districts protect valuable natural resources in a changing landscape.
We provide a variety of a natural resource assistance and services to landowners, homeowners, educators, agricultural producers, developers and communities.

Muskingum Soil And Water Conservation District - Agriculture

The Muskingum Soil and Water Conservation District (MSWCD) strives to work with all producers of agricultural products to provide technical assistance to apply conservation on their land.

Muskingum Soil And Water Conservation District - Education

Our education trailer is an 18 foot, walk-through exhibit full of hands-on exhibits where visitors can discover some of the many wonders of aquatic ecosystems.

Muskingum Soil And Water Conservation District - Forestry & Wildlife

Find additional information and links to topics involving Invasive Species, Woodlands, Forestry and more.

Muskingum Soil And Water Conservation District - Pollinators

They say one out of every three bites of food are made possible because of pollinators. Pollinators include birds, bees, butterflies, bats, insects, and small mammals.

Muskingum Soil And Water Conservation District - Urban Agriculture

Muskingum SWCD was awarded a $50,000 grant through the NACD’s Urban Agriculture Conservation Grant Initiative in 2016.

Muskingum Soil And Water Conservation District - Water Quality

Muskingum SWCD is concerned with the water quality in the county and beyond.

Muskingum Soil And Water Conservation District - Soils

Everything from the ground up starts with soil. We eat food grown in it. We build things on it and build things out of what grows in it. We also eat animals that eat plants that grow in it. Without soil we could not survive.

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What’s in a Name?

What’s in a Name?

Doreen Maurer ZANESVILLE, Ohio - What could be good with hell beginning its name? I just found out about a fascinating creature called the hellbender, which is a member of the salamander family. It is also known by other names such as snot otter, lasagna lizard, devil dog, and these are just the names I found interesting.

Wildlife on your Doorstep

Wildlife on your Doorstep

Cadelee Bankes ZANESVILLE, Ohio - In Ohio, the spring season is one of the most anticipated times of the year - the warmth in the air, long-awaited prolonged daylight, and the reappearance of life once again. While warmer temperatures and longer days are enjoyable to humans, they are essential for wildlife and other forms of life.

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