Baldwin County Education Outreach

In 2015, conservation districts educated 100,000 students statewide about agriculture, farming, wildlife, and (of course) conservation! Alabama is blessed with an abundance of natural resources and natural beauty. Conservation districts offer a number of educational programs to show students how to be good stewards of our natural resources so future generations can enjoy the same Alabama the Beautiful we know and love. Contact your district administrative coordinator if you’d like to bring an educational program to your school or group, and be sure to check out what’s available on the state level too.

Ag Farm Safety Day

Coordinator of Progressive Ag Farm Safety Day scheduled for March 22, 2016.

This event is opened to 4th graders throughout Baldwin County. Topics covered are: Sun Safety, Gun Safety, Animal Safety, Tractor Safety, Electrical Safety, Fire Safety, Chemical Safety, Seatbelt Safety, 811 Call Before you Dig and so much more. The purpose of this event is to increase safety awareness and provide educational resources to students to carry throughout their life and help educate their family and friends. Most lessons can make a difference between life or death.

Baldwin County Landjudging Competition:

Land judging can help to:

  • Understand basic soil differences.
  • Know how soil properties affect crop growth.
  • Know why soils respond differently to manage­ment practices.
  • Realize the influence of land features on produc­tion and land protection.
  • Select suitable soil and water conservation prac­tices.
  • Determine land capability class.
  • Determine proper use and treatment.