Sandusky soil & Water Conservation district

Be the Change
for A Better Future

The program, which offers funding to farmers who implement proven conservation practices that limit agricultural phosphorus runoff from fertilizers. Contact our office today to schedule an appointment. Click the logo to find out more!

How can you be the CHANGE?

Producers being the Change in Sandusky County. Sandusky County is currenlty home of 3 Manure Storage Facilities, 5,221 Nutrient Management acres, 8,541 acres of Cover Crops, and 507.1 acres of Hay Buffers.

Livestock/Nutrient Management

Water Quality & Soil Health

Drainage Assistance

Our Story

Offering The Best conservation practices Since 1948

Sandusky County Soil & Water District was established in 1948. The district serves as a liaison between private landowners and federal agencies. Sandusky County Soil & Water District was the 62nd conservation district formed in Ohio.