The next meeting of the Stanly Soil & Water Conservation District Board will be Wednesday November 9th at 8:00 a.m. at the Stanly County Agri-Civic Center.
Join us on October 28 at the Agri-Civic Center for breakfast and information on Soil Health: Turning Dirt into Dollars
Troxler Announces Sentinel Landscape Designation
A federal initiative coming to 33 counties in Eastern North Carolina aims for military bases to work together with surrounding land owners. Read more…
No-Till Drill Available For Rent
The practice of turning the soil before planting a new crop leads to soil erosion and farmland degradation. No-till planting reduces erosion and promotes soil health. Stanly SWCD’s Truax 88 No-Till-Drill is designed with three seed boxes that allow for planting regular grass seed, fluffy seeds and clovers. It’s perfect for seeding and reseeding fields and pastures. The District rents the drill for $15 per acre in Stanly County and $20 per acre for out of county use. There is a $50 minimum charge. Call the SWCD office at 704-986-3059 for more information.
2016 Area 8 Envirothon
The Envirothon is a fun, hands-on, natural science academic competition for teams of middle and high school students sponsored by the NC Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts with help in organization and implementation from the division. Three Stanly teams competed in the Area 8 Envirothon at Catawba College. Read more about it here…2016 Area 8 Envirothon
West Stanly High School Ag Awareness Days
April 4th – 7th were exciting days at West Stanly High School. Approxi-
mately 1475 students visited the campus throughout the week. The school provided instruction on included small ruminant, beef cattle, soil science, equine science, forestry, and bee keeping. More highlights…West Stanly Ag Awareness Days
Erosion Control Materials Now Available …Price list flyer