EDGEWOOD                                    SOIL & WATER                          CONSERVATION DISTRICT

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Due to the current uncertainty around the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak and resulting travel and meeting restrictions for state government, the Edgewood Soil & Water Conservation District is closed to the public.

 

We have continued with day-to-day operations. 

 

Grass Seed Sales have begun again with credit card prepayment and curb-side pick-up only.

 

Please call the office at 505-832-1111 or email the District Manager at  bsmythe.eswcd@gmail.com for further assistance.

 

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Our Mission Statement

The mission of the Edgewood Soil & Water Conservation District is to protect, restore, enhance, and promote the wise use of natural resources. This will be achieved through development of projects, education of public, the cooperation of landowners/users, agencies and other political subdivisions of the state.

Who Do We Serve?

The Edgewood Soil and Water Conservation District serves all the residents and/or property holders within the boundaries of the district.  Residents within the district boundaries are eligible for various programs funded through the ESWCD by either mill levy monies or grant.

The Mission of the New Mexico Coalition of Conservation Districts is to assist Soil & Water Conservation Districts with the conservation of natural resources in New Mexico by providing comprehensive support and ethical representation.

American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association (ARCSA)

 

Kelly Smith and Brenda Smythe are Rainwater Catchment Systems Accredited Professionals

 

 

National Conservation District Employees Association

 

Our District Manager, Brenda Smythe serves as the Southwest Regional Director Alternate!

New Mexico Coalition of Conservation Districts (NMCCD)

 

The Edgewood SWCD is a proud member of NMCCD!

 

East Mountain Residents,

 

We have been experiencing persistent smoke in our area due to  the fires on the West Coast.

There are several websites and phone apps available for you.

 

The air quality index is a good place to monitor the air and how the smoke is impacting it. On your smart phone, or wherever you get your apps, search for the app called 'Weather'. It is a blue icon with the sun partially covered by a cloud. Load this app, then type in your location. In the lower left corner of the location you are in, click on the 'The Weather Channel' symbol. Now you can scroll down to where the air quality index number is located. Then, go to this site: air quality index charts. Using the number that the weather app gives you, this will allow you learn what the activity advice is for that level and what you can safely proceed with, healthwise.

 
Always make yourself familiar with the various sources of information concerning conditions in our area. Local news sources are reporting the wildfire activity in our area and across the Western US. Stay informed, remain vigilant, be prepared!
 
Thank you for your cooperation and support.

 

EMIFPA

Fire & Emergency Management 

Telephone Orders being taken for native grass seed with Credit Card Payment. 

CURB-SIDE PICK-UP AVAILABLE.

Upcoming

Board Meeting

Thursday

October 1, 2020

10:00 AM

via teleconference

Dial-in Number:

1-844-474-0925
Passcode:
51558314

October 1, 2020 Board Meeting Agenda
October2020 Agenda.pdf
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