Due to concerns about COVID-19, the John Marshall SWCD office is currently CLOSED TO ALL VISITORS. Staff will be rotating in and out of the office and because of this may be delayed in responding to phone calls and voicemail messages. It may be faster to get in contact with us by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by emailing staff directly.
The John Marshall Soil & Water Conservation District, established in 1966, is one of 47 districts across the Commonwealth of Virginia that provide technical assistance and education to landowners in managing and protecting their natural resources. The District is a political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Virginia focused on local soil and water conservation efforts in Fauquier County. A group of five elected and appointed members of the local community make up the Board of Directors which governs the District's operations.
Kết quả xổ số trong một tháng Our Mission is to provide leadership, technical assistance, information, and education to the citizens of Fauquier County in proper soil stewardship, agricultural conservation methods, and water quality protection so as to ensure the wise use of the county's natural resources.
To sign up for eNotification to receive information about John Marshall SWCD events, news, and other happenings at the District, go to: http://mangomaza.com/about-us/enotification. Fill out your information and select "John Marshall Soil and Water Conservation District" under the "News" category.
For Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests contact District FOIA Officer Wendy Merwin.