Conservation Districts are subdivisions of state government that were created because of the "Dust Bowl" of the 1930s. The Board of Commissioners is composed of five members. Two are appointed by the SC Department of Natural Resources and three are elected in the general election. They determine the needs and set the priorities for conservation work in the District. The Commissioners volunteer their time and services.
Georgetown Soil and Water Conservation District 1837 North Fraser Street, Georgetown, SC 29440 +1.8435467808
Book of the Month
Book of the Month is a literacy outreach program with ag related resources to utilize in the classroom. Every month, a new book is available with accompanying activities that are aligned with SC state standards. The Georgetown Conservation District sponsors school libraries to receive the ag educational books making them available to all students at the schools.