The Soil and Water Conservation District provides leadership to residents in conservation and assists with planning, designing, and installing conservation measures. This department also provides animal waste management assistance and sponsors and develops educational programs.

Workload Measures 2021-2022
1. Number of customers assisted
2. Track the number of people who attend agricultural educational programs
3. Track the number of acres the no till drill is used for
4. Track the number of applicants that request funding from the Farmland Preservation Program

Updated 8/17/2021

1) Collaborate with the VAD Board and Piedmont Land Conservancy to identify at least one application that can be sent to the North Carolina Development and Trust Fund Program.In Progress
2) Work with the Alamance County Tax and IT Departments to develop a system that will assist with VAD parcel updates.In Progress
3) Increase VAD enrollment by 1,000 acres.In Progress
4) Make (4) videos highlighting Alamance County Farms. In Progress
5) Participate in Farm Bureau’s Homegrown in the Square.In Progress
6) Create a contractor list for non- farm landowners.In Progress
7) Host a Pond Management class.

In Progress
8) Install QR codes on the No-Till drill for operating instructions.In Progress
9) Inform farmers/landowners of the new Preservation Alamance ProgramIn Progress