The NC Foundation for Soil and Water Conservation is a public non-profit tax-exempt 501(c)3, that was chartered on 4.27.99 and obtained its non-profit status on 2.22.00. The Foundation headquarters are located 5171 Glenwood Avenue, Suite 330, in Raleigh. The Foundation funds projects addressing high priority natural resource and environmental issues while building conservation capacity.
The Foundation is seeking to raise $2 million in funds for the Operations Endowment to secure future finances. A pledge sheet and fact sheet can be found on the Giving/Contact Page. If you would like to make a donation or collaborate on a soil and water conservation district project, please contact our office.
Field Day at Beth Tucker's Farm, 7255 Watkins Road Road, Kernersville at 6PM. Event is free but you are asked to register by July 7 at http://go.NCSU.edu/2019PastureFieldDay or call 336-703-2850. Make sure to bring a lawn chair.
July 16 - 17 Southern Cover Crops Council Field Day
Event to be held at Auburn University. The conference is filled with speakers and field trials, from management to soil health and all the topics in between. Register by May 31 for early bird rate! Producers can get registration waived.
Check back later for local workshop details. Contact your local soil and water conservation district for technical assistance and opportunities with other conservation funds. To recieve email announcements regarding programs, please send your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org
BB&T, NC Farm Bureau, NC State Grange
Bowman Family, Carolina Farm Credit, NC Electric Membership Corporation, Sloan Family Foundation
Gregory Poole Equipment Company, AgCarolina Farm Credit, Buncombe District, William "Bill" Sullivan Memorial, Carolina Farm Credit, Wells Fargo Foundation