Soil & Water E-News


January 11, 2018

 
Catch up on Happenings in Our Conservation Notes Newsletter. 
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Find out who was recognized as our Award Winners for going above and beyond to help the land and water.  Learn more about them on page 1 of our Newsletter.
 
Meet Your New Soil & Water Board of Supervisors

Bill Goodman and John Wagy were elected to the Licking Soil & Water Board of Supervisors.  Learn more about them on page 1 of our Newsletter.

 
The River Round Up Poster Contest Deadline has been extended to Thursday February 1. Learn more here.

Place your Seedling Tree order online starting January 16.  Preview tree selection in Conservation Notes Newsletter, page 5.
 
Join us for the Landscape for Life Series offered through COTC’s Lifelong Learning Institute starting February 8.  Learn more here.
 
Learn more about Licking Soil & Water and our partner agencies that can provide technical and financial assistance to landowners at the Landowner Meeting, 6:30 - 8p, Tuesday, January 30, at Utica High School. Learn more here.
 
Soak up knowledge at our Rain Gardens and Rain Barrels Workshop offered through COTC’s Lifelong Learning Institute on March 8Learn more here.
 
Be a Conservation Credit Partner.
Looking for ways your business can advance corporate sustainability goals and support on-the-ground conservation efforts in our community?  Check out our innovative Credits4Conservation program. Check out our innovative Credits4Conservation program.
 
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