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The Summer 2015 issue of the Richland Soil and Water Conservation District Newsletter features stories about the Twenty-five Mile Creek Watershed Water Quality Improvement Project, soil health at City Roots urban organic farm, conservation education award winners, and more. Read more: Summer 2015 Newsletter
Eighteen teams of high school students competed in the natural resources challenge of the 19th Annual SC Envirothon on May 1, 2015. Richland County was represented by a team from Dreher High School, sponsored by the Richland Soil and Water Conservation District.
Dr. Luvenia Chantelle Baker-Parnell, principal of A.C. Moore Elementary School, has been named Richland County’s Conservation Principal of the Year by the Richland Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD). This annual award recognizes a school administrator who promotes conservation education for teachers and students.
Karyn Taylor, a third grade teacher at Pontiac Elementary School, has been named Richland County’s Conservation Teacher of the Year by the Richland Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD). This annual award recognizes Richland County educators who have exhibited an exceptional commitment to conservation education.
The SC Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) has awarded a $330,000 Section 319 grant to Richland County to promote water quality improvements in the Twenty-five Mile Creek Watershed. Twenty-five Mile Creek is a tributary of the Wateree River, and the watershed includes lands in northeastern Richland, western Kershaw, and southern Fairfield Counties.
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