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Soil & Water Conservation District

Available to the public by phone and email Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Visit: www.co.cumberland.nc.us/soilandwater

Cumberland Soil and Water Conservation District is a governmental subdivision of this State. The District's responsibilities are to prevent soil erosion and protect water resources by providing technical assistance to individuals and groups, and to inform and educate the public on conservation practices.

Soil and Water logoWhat is our Mission?
The mission of Cumberland Soil and Water Conservation District is to take available technical, financial, and educational resources and administer programs designed to encourage individual responsibility to conserve, improve, and sustain our soil and water resources for future generations.

Cumberland Soil and Water Conservation District offers free technical assistance to landowners in the county with land management, drainage, wetlands, soils information, best management practices and other land resource problems.

Visit the National Association of Conservation Districts web site.

Looking for water testing information? Environmental Health Division, Cumberland County Department of Public Health

Looking for soil testing information? Argonomic Services, North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Sciences

Announcements
The Board of Supervisors of the Cumberland Soil and Water Conservation District will hold their monthly meeting on the second Friday of each month, unless otherwise posted at 8:30 a.m. in the Cumberland Soil & Water Conservation District Conference Room 301 East Mountain Drive, Suite 229 Fayetteville, NC 484-8479 #3.

Foster, Donna
Phone: 910-484-8479 ext. 3
Address: Charlie Rose Agri-Expo Center
301 East Mountain Drive
Suite 229
Fayetteville, NC 28306-3422
Program Officer: Donna Foster
Email: contact_us_icon

Contact Us

Soil and Water Conservationist 

Mitchell B. Miller 

mitchell.miller@nc.nacdnet.net 

NRCS Name: Fayetteville Field Office
NRCS Area: 3
NCASWCD Area: 7