Valencia Soil and Water Conservation District

Mission
To provide education, technical assistance, and recognition to current and future stewards of the land in natural resource conservation.

The Valencia Soil and Water Conservation District (District) was formed on May 1, 1947, and is a unit of New Mexico Government being a political subdivision of the State. The District operates under the Soil and Water Conservation District law of the 27th legislature of New Mexico and was revised by the Soil and Water Resources Act of 1978. The District encompasses 1,438,000 acres, including all of Valencia County, a small portion of northern Socorro County, Isleta Pueblo, and Laguna Pueblo. Under New Mexico law, the District is responsible for the conservation and sustainability of natural resources such as agriculture, soils, water, plants, and animals. The District is overseen by a seven-member volunteer Board of Supervisors (five elected, two appointed) who provide leadership and management expertise


Contact Valencia Soil and Water Conservation District


Contact Valencia Soil and Water Conservation District

Madeline Miller
District Manager
2424 Hwy 47
P.O. Box 170
Belen, New Mexico  87002
Phone: (505) 864-8914


 

Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Valencia County, New Mexico