Promoting Clean Water

What do our watersheds mean to our environment?
Where are the local watersheds?

Protecting Our Soil

Erie Conservation District offers rental equipment for
your home or business use. View our equipment.

Inspiring Sustainability

Erie Conservation District programs and services
to help educate the youth and get them involved
in sustainability at a young age.

Involving Our Community

Join the Erie Conservation District's efforts
by volunteering at a number of events.

What Can You Do?

Get Involved, Be Informed, Be Responsible.
Become a Custodian of your Environment.

Celebrating Conservation

Annual "Lake Erie Starts Here" Dinner & Meeting

Bid Requests:

See provided “Notice to Bidders” for information about each project, deadlines, and instructions to receive more information.

Magee Marsh State Wildlife Area Infrastructure Rehabilitation:

Notice to Bidders

Turtle Creek Bay Wetland Reconnection:

Notice to Bidders



Erie Soil and Water Conservation District
Erie Soil and Water Conservation District

REGISTER NOW for our rain barrel workshop on Tuesday!

Learn all about the importance and benefits of a rain barrel and make one for yourself!

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Erie Conservation’s Latest Blog Posts

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A Day on the "Wild Side"

Register your child now! Register now for A Day on the “Wild Side! An amazing opportunity for you child to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities including: bird banding, archery, fishing, canoeing, shooting, and life in the marsh! Who: 5th-8th graders Where: Winous Point (Lattimore

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2020 Watershed Report Cards

Watershed Report CardsEach year, water quality data collected by NERRS/ESWCD staff, volunteer stream monitors, and the local health department, to rate the health of three local streams in Erie County: Mills Creek, Pipe Creek, and Old Woman Creek.  Although volunteer monitoring of these streams has

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2nd Case of CWD

Second Case of CWD Merits Even More AttentionOhio’s 2020-2021 deer hunting season may be over now, but we’re not completely “out of the woods” quite yet.  That is, with regard to an imminent health concern specific to Ohio’s white-tailed deer.  Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) has

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