Soil & Water Conservation District

Buck Carpenter

Nancy Plank

The Madison County Soil & Water Conservation District’s purpose is to promote natural resources conservation practices over a long-term sustainability initiative promoting Agricultural Best Management Practices (BMP’s) and other tools to equip landowners to protect our most vital organic assets—soil and water.  

The Soil & Water Conservation District’s scope spans across Madison County.  From the Rivers and Springs to the Creeks and Swamps, there is a need to assist landowners in meeting the needs of the environment.  

A fundamental role for the Soil & Water Conservation District Board is to bring together, at the local level, all interested and affected parties, along with the support organizations charged with providing technical and administrative assistance, to develop and implement a plan to address resource concerns.  Through a locally led consensus process, priorities are determined for conservation programs.  The partners then work to implement programs that provide assistance to landowners, agricultural producers, and local residents.  Every person in the community has an impact on Soil & Water Conservation.  It is important to do your part in helping others as we steward our land together.

Madison Soil & Water Conservation District
182 NW College Loop, Unit B, Madison, FL  32340
850-869-0337 (Office) (Email)