Directors and staff of the Loudoun Soil and Water Conservation District have long recognized that one of the keys to achievement and success in natural resources conservation and protection and enhancement of the environment is education. For this reason, every effort is made to provide informative and useful programs for people of all ages so that they will have the knowledge and skills needed to make meaningful contributions. Programs and activities include school programs, exhibits, field trips, support and/or sponsorship of special events, mini-grants to educators, and the District website and newsletter.

The District provides or participates in:

  • Mini-grants to Educators *Due November 30*
  • School programs for grades pre-K through 12
  • Watershed Education Field Trips
  • Storm Drain Marking Project
  • Soil tunnel and watershed education exhibits
  • County Science & Engineering Fair¬†Awards
  • Arbor Day Celebration
  • Ag Awareness Day
  • Family Stream Day
  • Youth Conservation Camp