Soil Health Workshop
2014 Summer Fish Program
2014 Dates and Deadlines
September 3rd, 2014
Did you see dead fish floating in your pond last spring? One of the most common causes for a fish kill is not polluted water, but a lack of dissolved oxygen. A “winter fish kill” is a common occurrence during long winters where heavy snow covers the ice of a pond. Visit our pond page to learn more!
Monroe County SWCD will be working in conjuntion with Genesee County SWCD, the USAg Recycling, Inc., and the Ag Container Recycling Council to participate in the 2013 Agricultural Plastics Recycling Program. Visit our Agriculture page to learn more about this and our other agricultural programs.
From I-390, exit on Scottsville Rd and head south. Paul Road is approximately 2 miles from I-390 on the right side of the road. Turn right on Paul Road, and the Monroe County Fleet Center is 1/2 mile down on the right. Once turning right, enter the County Fleet Center on your left. Building 5 will be on your right. To find directions from your location click here.
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Who are we? The MCSWCD is a municipal subdivision that partners with other agencies and organizations to educate and assist land stewards in planning and implementing comprehensive management practices that stabilize soil, improve water quality, manage stormwater, preserve open space and/or manage fish and wildlife habitat. The District promotes the preservation of: wetlands, woodlots, agricultural land, and low-impact development. We provide services to partners, landowners, developers, farmers, engineers, government and non-government agencies. All SWCD programs and services are offered on a nondiscriminatory basis without regard to race, color, national origin, political beliefs, religion, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, or disability. Should you need reasonable disability-related accommodations they may be requested by contacting the MCSWCD.
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