Noble SWCD Staff
L-R: Dave Schott and Jim Mizik

Mission Statement

To conserve the natural resources of Noble County by educating and providing technical services to land users for future generations.

About Us

Noble Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) was organized in July 1942. It was the 6th district to be organized in Ohio. The district is a legal sub – division of the state and state law mandates that the district be governed by  a board of supervisors (who serves without pay) consisting of 5 members. 

These members are elected for a three year term at our annual meeting held in the fall. Any resident or landowner in Noble County are eligible to participate in the election. Regular meetings are opened to the public and held the second Wednesday of every month.

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Tonight was a great night. The Noble SWCD had their 75th Annual Meeting and Banquet. The board and staff would like to first congratulate our award winners. Our "Cooperator of the Year Award" went to Clark Farms- Chris, Suzanne Clark, Waylon, Wyatt and Bill. Our "Friend of Conservation Award" went to State Representative Andy Thompson. These people have contributed a lot of time and effort to conservation and being good stewards of the land. Another big thanks goes out to all the past supervisors and staff that attended tonights meeting. We had 14 of 22 past Soil and Water Supervisors attend tonights meeting. Wow!! And Thank You!! Is all we can say. A lot of people dont realize these men and women have spent thousands of hours attending meetings, traveling, planning events and spending time away from their family. People think its for the pay. Well its not. These board members only receive a mileage check to and from monthly board meetings. Its because of their love, and passion for protecting our natural resources for themselves and future generations. We also would like to thank our supervisor candidate's Donald Archer, Skyler King, and Allen Schockling. Congratulations to Don Archer and Skyler King who were elected to serve a 3 year term beginning January of 2018. Another big thanks to our Noble County Commissioners Gary Rossiter, Ty Moore and Virgil Thompson. And last, thanks to our guest speaker Susan Crowell, editor of the Farm and Dairy newspaper for her inspiring message to our youth. ... See MoreSee Less

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2017 Noble Soil and Water Annual Meeting and Dinner is next Thursday October 19th at 5:30 pm at the Noble County Community Center. Ticket cost is $10 for adults and kids 12 and younger are $5.00. We will be electing 2 supervisors. Candidates this year are Don Archer, Skyler King, and Allen Schockling. Every resident 18 years and older are eligible to vote. Voting is from 5:30 pm until 6:30 pm. And then at 6:30 you can enjoy a home cooked meal of stuffed pork chops, mashed potatoes gravy, green beans, and salad all prepared by Donna Yonker. We will then have our guest speaker Susan Crowell, along with handing out a couple of awards and door prizes. For tickets/ reservations you can contact the office at 740-732-4318 by this Thursday morning October 12, 2017. If you can't make it to the dinner you can still come into the office and vote absentee until 12:00 pm that day. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Air Tour at the Noble County Airport has been canceled for today due to inclement weather. Please share to help get the word out. ... See MoreSee Less

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ATV Conservation Tour a Success! On Saturday September 23, 2017 Noble SWCD hosted 55 plus people for this event. Noble Soil and Water Conservation District would like to thank Tim Bond, Bob Larrick, Green Valley Farms, William and Laura Bond, Jeff Miley, Tom Wence of Antero Resources, Dennis LeMond, Mt Zion Church and the Zion church Ladies Aides, and Price Gregory for making this all possible. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago  ·  

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Fair contest winners of the Monarch Butterfly and Barn Owl Scavenger hunt have come to claim their prizes. Congratulations to Jacob Feldner and Mike Thompson. They both won $50 gift cards, compliments of the Noble Soil and Water Conservation District. Thanks for everyone that participated. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago  ·  

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1st Annual. This is a 12 mile ride with 5 different stops. Please feel free to share. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago  ·  

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A local landowner getting in some fall food plots with the Noble County Soil and Water rotovator. If your interested in renting any of our equipment for your fall plantings check out our website to see what we have to offer at www.nobleswcd.org ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago  ·  

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Noble County Soil and Water Conservation District updated their cover photo. ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago  ·  

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