Alabama Soil & Water
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Conservation from the ground up.

We believe in Conservation from the Ground Up. Local people know best what’s good for their community. And local farmers know best what’s good for their land. The role of conservation districts is to support land users and connect them to the resources they need to be good stewards.

We work to promote healthy soil, fishable and drinkable water, sustainable forests, and clean air to cultivate a prosperous farming industry and improve quality of life for all Alabama citizens. Find Your District to discover tools available to you, education initiatives in your area, and opportunities to get involved.

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By 1934, more than 27 million acres of land in Alabama was damaged due to accelerated soil erosion.