Catoosa County 


Conservation District




History

Advocating for the Stewardship, Protection, and Enhancement of Natural Resources

The Catoosa County Conservation District is a service based organization that advocates the stewardship, protection and enhancement of the natural resources of Catoosa County, GA to sustain and improve the quality of life for its citizens.


Our vision is to be a professional conservation organization that provides high- quality programs and services to our present and future residents as we work together to conserve, protect, and enhance the natural resources of Catoosa County.


Our goals are:

To conserve, improve, and protect Georgia's natural resources and promote statewide conservation goals

To set priorities and direction for the needs of Catoosa County's natural resources

To educate local residents, municipalities, land owners, educators, and organizations that are involved with and concerned about wise natural resource stewardship

To encourage using Best Management Practices to conserve the natural resources essential to the quality of life for the county's citizens, through development and implementation of technical, education, and financial assistance programs

The Catoosa County Conservation District was organized as the Catoosa County Soil and Water Conservation District on October 3, 1951​​.
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CCCD works cooperatively with private landowners to reduce soil erosion, improve water quality, and assist in conservation of natural resources.

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Services

Conservation

Your soil conservation district works to conserve, improve, and protect Georgia's natural resources.​


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