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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Noble County Commissioners helped celebrate Noble Soil and Water Conservation District 75th Anniversary by hanging a banner in the County Courthouse. Thanks Gary, Ty, and Virgil. ... See MoreSee Less

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Today Noble Soil and Water is Celebrating 75 Years in Noble County!! HAPPY B-DAY! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago  ·  

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Here Are Some More Photos From 2017 Environmental Day Camp "Healthy Soils Are Full Of Life" Feel free to share. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago  ·  

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Today may have not been the best weather, but we still managed to adapt and get through most of it. Noble Soil and Water would like to thank everyone that helped with this years camp. Special thanks to Guernsey Soil and Water Staff- Levi, Casey and Jason, Noble County Health Department- Angie and Christine, State Wildlife Officer- Brad St Clair , Jack Archer, John Hickenbottom, OSUE- Samantha Schott and Wayne Shriver, Nate Anderson, NRCS- Jay McElroy and Bill May, Ohio Division of Wildlife Salt Fork Fisheries Unit- Dave and Steve, ODNR DOW-John Morton, Kendal Weisend and his Noble County Shooting Sports Club. And a special thanks to Riley Clark, Felicity Clark, and Francis Yontz. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago  ·  

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The rain is not letting up. We are dismissing camp as soon as parents can come pick up their kids. ... See MoreSee Less

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Fish shocking demo. ... See MoreSee Less

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Another change in plans. We have decided to stay at the OSUE Research Farm. We have been trying to follow the radar. And that changes all the time. Imagine that! I know alot of you dont follow us on FB. So if i could get our FB friends to help spread the word that all parents need to pick up their kids at the OSUE Research Farm it would be appreciated greatly. If you need directions please call Jim at 740-581-0227 or Dave at 740-581-2111. ... See MoreSee Less

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Tracking Wildlife ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago  ·  

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We had to change the schedule up a little for camp because of the weather. We are currently at the OSUE Research Farm until lunch and then after lunch we will be back down at the boat ramp area. Just wanted to let all the parents know that your children are safe and dry!!!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Day 1 in the books for this years 18th Annual Environmental Day Camp. Hope the kids had a wonderful time. They were a really good group. Thanks to everyone that helped and volunteered their time. Remember to wear your camp shirts tomorrow and meet at the Wolf Run boat ramp down by the beach. ... See MoreSee Less

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