Providing leadership in helping people achieve success through conserving, improving and sustaining natural resources and the environment of Charlotte County, Florida.


The Charlotte Soil and Water Conservation District will be recognized throughout the County as a leading resource partner with regards to all soil and water conservation projects, concerns, and decisions made with in our region.


The Charlotte Soil and Water Conservation District was organized for the purpose of developing a program of management and conservation of the soil, water and related natural resources of the County, and to promote and encourage the voluntary implementation of conservation practices on privately owned land. The Charlotte Soil and Water Conservation District strives to accomplish one of the fundamental roles for the board of supervisors. Our role is to bring together, at the local level, all interested and affected parties, along with the support organizations charged with providing technical and administrative assistance, to develop and implement a plan to address resource concerns. Through a locally led consensus process, priorities are determined for conservation programs. The partners then work to implement programs that provide assistance to landowners, agricultural producers, and local residents. The District works in cooperation with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) and the United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service (USDA/NRCS).