The Worcester  County Conservation District

                   NRCS photo of native wildflower field, Dirt Works Incubator Farm, John's Island, Charleston, S.C.


The Worcester County Conservation District (WCCD) is a voice for their local community, providing leadership on conservation issues and establishing priorities for conservation projects. We identify and address natural resource concerns in local communities, and coordinate public and private resources to meet local needs on a grassroots level. Our Conservation District partners with state and federal agencies such as United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Natural Resource Conservation Services (NRCS) to deliver needed programs, education and technical assistance to their communities. WCCD is a non-funded division of state government established under state law to conserve and wisely manage resources.


WCCD Activities

  • THE WCCD SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM                                         Thank you to students who applied to the Scholarship Program and congratulations to all on your accomplishments. We are happy to receive many outstanding applications which proved challenging on just one recipient. We hope to offer additional assistance in future years and wish you all a successful college career!
  • 2014 MA. ENVIROTHON                                                                 CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL STUDENTS WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE MA. ENVIROTHON EVENT this May. We hope you found the experience beneficial in your academic goals and social expectations as the planning committee did an excellant job finding activities to keep teams engaged beyond team presentations and eco station challenges, with service projects, a pollinator walk, and not to mention ice cream during the farmers market! We will continue to play an active role in the planning for the 2015 MA ENVIROTHON and continue to support our schools, teams, coaches and teachers from around Worcester County. Thank you for contributing to a successful event!
  • 2014 SEEDLING SALE                                                                    Thank you to our loyal and new customers in making our Seedling Sale a successful fundraiser. Special thanks to our volunteers who braved unseasonably cold and wet conditions working outdoors under the tent to break down and tag seedlings! A special thank you to the Jordan Family Dairy Farm who hosted WCCD with space and necessary infrastructure to make this fundraiser possible. Stay tuned to our website as we plan next years sale with another similar theme as choosing suitable plants, trees and shrub to attract pollinators!                                                                                  


2014 Seedling Sale is now closed.

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