Monroe County Soil and Water Conservation Districtlast updated: August 2009

The Monroe County Soil and Water Conservation District was officially chartered in 1947. The conservation district focuses on natural resource problems and solutions. There are almost 3000 conservation districts in the United States. With almost one in every county, they improve the quality if life for every American.

Conservation Districts help:

  • Provide local conservation, leadership, teach thevalue of natural resources and encourage conservation efforts.
  • Plant trees and other land covers to hold soil inplace, clean the air, provide cover for wildlife, and beautify neighborhoods.
  • Protect groundwater resources.
  • Conserve and restore wetlands, which purify water and provide habitat for birds, fish, and numerous other animals.
  • Implement farm conservation practices that keep soil in the fields and out of the waterways.

Along with technical assistance the district will help you with developing conservation planning and implementing conservation practices with help from the state and federal agencies.  Check out state and federal funding and technical assistance programs in Illinois


Contact Monroe County Soil and Water Conservation District

Contact Monroe County Soil and Water Conservation District

Courtney Rothlisberger
Resource Conservationist
140 Williamsburg Lane
Waterloo, Illinois  62298-2000
Phone: (618) 939-6181
Fax: (618) 939-4647


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Monroe County, Illinois

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