We assist agricultural cooperators to improve and conserve land and water quality for all residents ...
Manages federal Clean Water Act, Section 319 programs to reduce nonpoint source pollution ...
Multi-Agency partnership to provide grants up to $5,000 to citizens' groups who want to improve, restore, protect, study, or celebrate the state's rivers and streams.
Manage programs, education, and best practices to improve water quality in the Chesapeake Bay Area ...
Serves as a soil, water and agriculture specialty crops mobile learning center ...
In cases of extreme flooding, the WVCA will work with local, state and federal agencies to determine the extent of flood-related damages and to relieve blockages from streams.
Our Conservation Districts
|Capitol||Eastern Panhandle||Elk||Greenbrier Valley||Guyan||Little Kanawha||Monongahela|
|Northern Panhandle||Potomac Valley||Southern||Tygarts Valley||Upper Ohio||West Fork||Western|
Find Your District
Click on the map to the right to be taken to the large map page, or click the Select County button to see a list of all counties and be taken to your district's web page.
News and Events
Upcoming State Conservation Committee Meeting
The next State Conservation Committee meeting will be held: July 14, 2020 (10:30:AM) at WVCA Headquarters, GuthrieAgenda Items: Review of Previous Meeting Minutes, Supervisor Actions, New Business, Continuing Business, SCC Standing Committee Reports, Conservation Committee Member Reports/Delegation
Upcoming West Virginia Conservation Awards Council Meeting
The next West Virginia Conservation Awards Council meeting will be held via teleconference April 28th, at 11:00 AMTo join please call (202) 870-5794 OR (855) 369-0475 (Toll Free) The meeting ID is 5230472#. Please mute your phone once you join if able.
Dial into the conference number, and you will be asked to enter the conference ID. It will then ask if you are the leader of the meeting. Just let this prompt go by without any entry, and you will be linked into the conference.
2019 Farm Tour Finalist
Each year, one farm in the state receives the West Virginia Conservation Farm of the Year award after first winning at the county, district and area levels. All finalists have demonstrated a commitment to conservation practices that protect soil, water, wildlife and other natural resources.
We would like to congratulate this year's winner, Lukas and Gabby Newcomer of Noble Farms