DeKalb SWCD has local, state and federal programs available to provide technical as well as financial assistance for conservation practices in DeKalb County.

DeKalb SWCD continues to bring adult as well as youth education events to DeKalb County.  Check here for more information on upcoming events.

DeKalb SWCD has equipment rental and retail sales of survey flags and plat books for your conservation needs.  We also review Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans required for construction projects in the city of Auburn and DeKalb County.

Learn more about DeKalb SWCD at our monthly board meetings, annual meeting or from our quarterly newsletter.


The DeKalb County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) provides the public with information, education and technical assistance on soil, water and related natural resource conservation; identifies and prioritizes local soil and water resource concerns; and connects land users to sources of education, technical and financial assistance to implement conservation practices and technologies.

DeKalb SWCD is governed by five supervisors, each a resident of the County, three elected and two appointed.  Our mission is to provide Leadership in Soil and Water Conservation.

DeKalb County SWCD 2017 Supervisors from left Sarah Delbecq, Judy Strock, Chairman Jeff Conrad, Steve Watson and Steve Provines.