Tri-County/City Soil and Water Conservation – Welcome

Act Fast, seedlings are limited!
Click below for details.  
Seedling Sale Order Form



Click link for details on this fun opportunity designed for school aged children!



The L. Gordon “Link” Linkous Scholarship promotes the education of Tri-County/City Soil & Water Conservation District resident students pursuing scientific and technical fields that emphasize natural resource conservation, environmental protection, and/or environmental studies.
Application – 2019_TCC_Link_Scholarship



Youth Conservation Camp is a scholarship-based, summer educational opportunity for students interested fields of natural resource conservation such as forestry, soils, hydrology, agriculture, wildlife, natural resource management, or environmental sciences. Camp applicants must be in grades 9-12 during the 2018-2019 academic school year. Twelfth graders who graduate in May, June, July, or August 2019 are eligible to attend. (Previous campers are not eligible.)



Read the new report from the Chesapeake Bay Commission:
Boots on the Ground: Improving Technical Assistance for Farmers (11/22/17)

Read “From the Fall Line,” our quarterly newsletter:
Newsletter Winter 2018-2019
Newsletter Fall 2018
Newsletter Summer 2018
Newsletter Spring 2018
Back issues

2019 Board Meeting Schedule
Tri-County/City Soil & Water Conservation District’s monthly Board meetings are held at 8:30am at the District office. Technical Review Committee meetings are held 30 minutes prior to each Board meeting.

3.15.2019 TCC Board Packet
All reports included.

Visit us in the Jackson Square Office Park at Four Mile Fork.

Open Monday – Friday from 8am – 4:30pm
4811 Carr Dr. (BLDG 3)

Fredericksburg, VA 22408

540-656-2401 (Main)
540-656-2402 (Technical Assistance/Cost Share)
540-656-2403 (Fax)




logo no captionTri-County/City Soil & Water Conservation District (TCCSWCD) has served the Commonwealth of Virginia Counties of King George, Spotsylvania, Stafford since 1944 and the City of Fredericksburg since 1984. We are a local political subdivision of the Commonwealth, focusing on natural resource problems and solutions. Like other conservation districts, Tri-County/City SWCD is self-governed and non-profit and establishes priorities, sets policy, and administers programs to conserve soil and water resources.
Tri-County/City SWCD is not a regulatory agency. Instead, the agency provides technical assistance, information, educational programs, volunteer opportunities, and newsletters to citizens on many aspects of water quality, nonpoint source pollution, and stream health.
TCCSWCD values your privacy and does not collect any data from users of our website.
4811 CARR DRIVE (BLDG 3) /FREDERICKSBURG, VA 22408 /540-656-2401