The Harnett County Soil and Water Conservation District is a subdivision of State
Government. The purpose of the District is to work towards conserving water quality, preventing soil erosion, protecting and improving water resources, promoting and encouraging sound conservation
practices by providing information and technical assistance to agricultural producers and landowners within the District.
The Harnett Soil and Water Conservation District's Board of Suprvisors and staff take great pride in working within the Soil and Water parntership to promote voluntary, incentive-driven resource management along with providing conservation education to both youth and adults to foster an appreciation of our County's abundant natural resources.
Agricultural producers are invited to attend one of these information sessions in order to learn about multiple programs available to assist with storm recovery. These sessions are hosted jointly by Cooperative Extension, Soil and Water Conservation, Farm Service Agency, and the Natural Resource Conservation Service. An evening and morning session is offered to best fit busy schedules. Programs discussed will cover assistance funding for losses of agricultural commodities, forestry, livestock, poultry, nursery and specialty crops in addition to damage to agricultural lands (erosion). Participants will learn which program(s) best fits their situation and will receive assistance in submitting an application.
For an overview of program availability view this Hurricane Florence Agricultural Recovery quick reference.
For more information please contact our office at 910-893-7584.
Office Location: Harnett County Agriculture Center, 126 Alexander Drive, Suite 200 Lillington, NC
Mailing Address: PO Box 267 Lillington, NC 27546