Soil Conservation Districts were first authorized under Illinois Soil Conservation Districts Law of 1937; established during the Dust Bowl Era to combat the soil erosion taking place. Upon meeting statutory requirements the law allowed districts to be chartered as a subdivision of state government. A majority of landowners in the district were required to obtain a state charter.
Stephenson Soil Conservation District was chartered in 1942, as Illinois 13th District. The word water was added to the title of the district in 1961 to emphasize the importance of water conservation and management as well as soil.
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Soil Conservation Districts were first authorized under Illinois Soil Conservation Districts Law of 1937
Stephenson Soil Conservation District was chartered in 1942, as Illinois 13th District.
The word ‘water’ was added to the title of the district in 1961 to emphasize the importance of water conservation and management as well as soil.
The Governing body of the SWCD consists of five elected directors, who shall be owners or occupiers of lands within the district. Their purpose is to carry-out in the public’s interest the control/prevention of soil erosion, conservation of resources, and prevention of air/water pollution. The Directors willingly give their time to decide what natural resource and agriculture issues in Stephenson county need to be addressed, what action will be taken, and who is responsible for getting the work done. It is their duty to approve the budget for all funds, approve all payments made by the District, and provide for an annual audit. They have the responsibility for personnel management including job descriptions, performance standards, policies, and benefits while providing direction, motivation and guidance.
A director will serve a minimum of a two-year term on the SWCD board, attend monthly board meetings, participate and serve on committees.
SWCD Directors also review, monitor, and supervise the finances, office personnel, and workload of the SWCD; represent the SWCD as time allows, at local, regional, state and national conservation affiliated events and meetings; participate, as time allows in regional and state affiliated organizations.
If you are a landowner or occupy land in Stephenson County, of legal voting age, and would like to make a difference in the future of the county’s natural resources, a Director/Associate Director seat may be waiting for you.
If you are interested or would like to nominate someone, stop by the office at 1620 S. Galena Avenue, Freeport IL for a form.
The SWCD is an equal opportunity provider and employer.