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

2022 Board of Supervisors Election Results

We are excited to announce the winner of our recent board of supervisors election.  Congratulations to Frank Hill who will continue his service to the district from January 1st, 2023 through December 31st, 2025.





New Trailer: Soil Health! 

The Soil Health trailer is a new addition to our educational programming. The trailer includes our rainfall simulator, slate tests, soil paints, soil types, and more! 


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

Here's the answer to Tuesday's trivia question! I am sure you all have guessed that it was all the above!

There are...

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

This Saturday is the final clean-up event in the Love Where You Live series hosted by the City of Sandusky! 💙 Meet at the Pipe...

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

We want your milkweed seed pods! Remember to make sure they are dry and within seeding stages. No appointment needed. Stop by and place pods...

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Erie Conservation's Latest Blog Posts

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2022 Supervisor Election

2022 Supervisor Election CandidatesFrank Hill has farmed the Old Woman Creek Watershed for 45 years. He lives in Berlin Township with his wife Mary Jane and has 4 adult children.   Frank farms 1300 acres of corn, soybeans, and wheat in Erie and Huron County.  He…

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Importance of Native Plants

Garden centers provide a plethora of flowering and non-flowering plants that are attractive to the human eye and can be exciting to bring them home to improve one’s property. For some, gardening is not their talent and instead, prefer a manicured lawn. Without a doubt,…

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Black is the New Red

Black vultures are no longer a stranger to northern Ohio. Up to just recently, the only vultures observed in our immediate vicinity were the red-headed Turkey vultures.  Now however, their southern ‘cousins’ are starting to make a more frequent presence here in the north.  Since…

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