Calvert Soil Conservation District

A soil conservation district is made up of landowners and farmers called cooperators.  These members join together voluntarily in planning for and controlling soil erosion, sedimentation, and flooding; as well as managing animal wastes, fertilizers, and agricultural chemicals to protect farmland and water quality.

Districts function independently under the supervision of the district board of supervisors, which may receive guidance from the State Soil Conservation Committee as provided by the Annotated Code of Maryland. Districts are usually funded through a variety of sources, including federal, state, and county appropriations, grants, fees for special services, and contributions from local sources. All income is used to promote conservation and stewardship of natural resources.

Contact Calvert Soil Conservation District

Contact Calvert Soil Conservation District

Rebecca Willis
Administrative Secretary
489 Main Street
Suite 101
Prince Frederick, Maryland  20678
Phone: (410) 535-1521
Fax: (410) 535-0591


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Calvert County, Maryland