• Developing Land - Let the District guide the way in Regulation Compliance

    Developing Land - Let the District guide the way in Regulation Compliance

    Find Checklists, Policies, Bond Forms and Operating Procedures

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  • SCD Provides cost-share funding for soil and water quality BMP's

    SCD Provides cost-share funding for soil and water quality BMP's

    Learn more about our Ag Conservation Programs

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  • Weed Wiper

    Weed Wiper

    Contact SCD's Equipment Program for a free estimate

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  • Sediment & Stormwater Applications & Forms

    Sediment & Stormwater Applications & Forms

    Access forms here
  • Delaware's Poultry Construction Guide

    Delaware's Poultry Construction Guide

    State and Federal Requirements for Building Poultry Houses in the First State

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

SCD SEEKS AGRICULTURAL CONSERVATION PLANNER

Agricultural Conservation Planner with nutrient management experience needed.  Must be proficient with computers, including MS Word, Excel, databases, and ArcGIS a plus.  Good communication skills a must.  Works well with others and independently.  Field work required.  BS in agriculture, environmental science, or natural resources preferred.  A DE Nutrient Management Certification must be obtained as a condition of employment within one year.  Send resume to Ag Conservation Manager, 21315 Berlin Road, Unit 4, Georgetown, DE 19947 or via email at [email protected] no later than November 3, 2017.  A complete job description is available at SCD Employment Opportunites.

The 2017 Poster Contest is Here!

The National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) and the NACD Auxiliary are excited to be sponsoring
the 2017 poster contest. This year’s theme is “Healthy Soils are Full of Life!”  

A MS4 Workshop was held on June 15, 2017. For more information.

Delaware's Poultry Construction Guide - State and Federal Requirements for Building Poultry Houses in the First State

Special Funding Available for Poultry Mortality Management in
Sussex County, Delaware

Approximately $1 million is available to help beginning farmers in Sussex County implement conservation practices to address animal mortality management on their poultry operation. Financial assistance is available through a program led by the Sussex Conservation District, in cooperation with their public and private partners, for the implementation of water quality best management practices such as composters or mortality freezers to address routine mortality. For more information, please view cost share programs.

Residential Standard Plan Online Application. Click here for application

New Stormwater Fee Schedule 

Detailed Plan Fee Schedule
Poultry Plan Fee Schedule