It is our vision to be the leader in natural resource conservation for sustainable agriculture within an evolving urban environment.
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The Pitt Soil and Water Conservation District Board and staff have the responsibility of developing and carrying out a comprehensive natural resource program in Pitt County. The District works in conjunction with the USDA, Natural Resources Conservation Service to provide a very comprehensive conservation program in Pitt County through technical services and environmental education. Your Conservation District staff provides technical services to individuals requesting assistance with soil and water conservation problems. These problems may consist of the following: erosion, water management, nutrient management concerns on agriculture land, along with drainage and erosion problems or concerns around your home. Conservation education is another key issue the District addresses through Environmental Education programs offered to schools, clubs, citizens, and others as requested.


Please contact the Pitt County SWCD @ 252-902-1746

Celebrating 50 Years of Conservation

 
Project Food, Land & People Workshop, Saturday, March 22, 2014

More information coming soon!

 

Dr. John T. and Nancy J Bray, partners with the Pitt County Education Center through A Time for Science, were honored with a Resolution at the Pitt County Commissioners meeting on Monday, June 17, 2013.

Voluntary Agricultural District Enrollment Now Open.

Click "Voluntary Ag District" for application.

 
 
Please click Soil Data Mart to access the official Soil Survey for Pitt County.

 

2013-2014 Contest Theme...The Living Soil...more information to follow.

 
 
 

Our Mission It is our mission to provide the highest quality service to all Pitt County citizens concerning the conservation of our natural resources through technical excellence, education, and teamwork.

The People We Serve We serve the Pitt County Community to alleviate natural resource problems that citizens face and enhance the protection of our natural resources through environmental awareness. Our clients consist of farmers, landowners, students/ educators, county and municipal governments, land consultants, and homeowners.
 

"Water Quality"

"Water Quantity" 

"Environmental Education" 

  
Contact Us:
403 Government Circle, Suite 4
Greenville, N.C. 27834
Pitt SWCD Phone: 252-902-1746
NRCS Phone: 252-752-2720 ext 3
Fax: 252-752-5595