CARROLL SOIL CONSERVATION DISTRICT

  • Our Board Meetings are at our office, 698J Corporate Center Court, Westminster, MD  21157.  Board Meetings are the 3rd Thursday of the month, at 7 p.m.

    Maryland agriculture is vital to the long-term health of the state's economy, environment and quality of life. Maryland farmers - like homeowners and all residents - play a key role in protecting our state's natural resources, especially the Chesapeake Bay.

    Maryland farmers are conservation leaders in the Bay region because they use various conservation measures to produce healthy crops and livestock while protecting the environment and maintaining profitable businesses. Well-managed agricultural land provides many more environmental benefits than developed land.  

    Maryland farmers are conservation leaders in the Bay region because they use various conservation measures to produce healthy crops and livestock while protecting the environment and maintaining profitable businesses. Well-managed agricultural land provides many more environmental benefits than developed land.  

    The Department of Agriculture is holding a WIP meeting on Tuesday, August 28th from 9:30 - 11:30 am at the Carroll County Extension Office to discuss the next phase of bay cleanup. This next phase will be putting more emphasis on reducing the amount of nitrogen that goes into the Bay. WE NEED FARMERS PRESENT TO MAKE SURE THE PLAN IS REALISTIC AND ECONOMICALLY FEASIBLE. Please come and let your voice be heard!!


    Public Information Act (PIA) Requests
    For Inquiries/Requests, please contact:
     Charles "Ed"ward Null, Jr., District Manager
    Carroll Soil Conservation District
    698J Corporate Center Ct
    Westminster, MD  21157
    phone:  410-848-8200 Ext. 3
    fax:  410-848-8258
    ed.null@maryland.gov

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