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Richland Soil and Water Conservation District was presented with a community involvement award from Lexington/Richland School District Five for supporting an environmental project at Dutch Fork Middle School.
Funds are available to help pay for approved septic repairs/replacements for failing systems in the Twenty-five Mile Creek Watershed to improve water quality. If your home or business is located in Twenty-five Mile Creek Watershed and you need a septic system repair or replacement, click here for the application for assistance.
A guidebook called Trees of Columbia: Walking Tours of Treasured Trees by Alexandra Golden is now available online. The booklet includes maps and descriptions of tours in Belser Arboretum, Columbia Riverfront Park, Shandon, and Wales Garden. Click here to view or print the guide.
The Richland Soil and Water Conservation District's Spring 2017 newsletter includes information about SC Adopt-A-Stream, pasture management, feral hogs, K-12 contest winners, and more. Click here to open the newsletter!
Shoreline plant identification consultations are available at no charge for pond owners and managers at locations in Richland County, thanks to a partnership between the Richland SWCD and the A. C. Moore Herbarium at the University of South Carolina. For more information or to schedule a consultation, contact Dr. John Nelson at 803-777-8196 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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