History

Tri-County/City SWCD is a self-governed subdivision of Virginia state government. Founded in 1944, we are one of 47 Soil and Water Conservation Districts serving localities throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. The District is governed by a board of directors formed of local citizens who serve without pay. District directors are either elected or appointed, and they are responsible for setting priorities, guiding and directing work, activities, and programs for District personnel. 

The District works hand-in-hand with state, federal, city, and county agencies and departments, other conservation organizations, schools, and other community partners to achieve our conservation objectives.

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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.
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