"Upon this handful of soil our survival depends. Husband it and it will grow our food, our fuel and our shelter and surround us with beauty. Abuse it and soil will collapse and die, taking humanity with it." Ancient Vedas Scripture in Sanskrit, 1500 B.C.
Welcome to our website!
The Michigan Chapter of the Soil and Water Conservation Society (SWCS) is an unincorporated private non-profit 501(c)(3) professional society organized for educational, scientific and charitable purposes to foster the science and art of soil, water, and related resource management to achieve sustainability. This includes:
- Promoting research, experimentation, demonstrations and other technical work in soil and water conservation.
- Stimulating communication among professional workers in soil and water conservation for mutual exchange of knowledge, facts and experience.
- Promoting and providing opportunities for professional development training in the science and art of soil, water and related renewable natural resource conservation and management to achieve sustainability.
- Sustaining the ethic and spirit of professionalism among conservationists through networking and mutual support.
MICHIGAN CHAPTER ANR SEMINAR
ON THIS WEBSITE YOU CAN:
- View our new Strategic Plan
See announcements of upcoming events on the Local Events page.
See Current year Chapter Newsletters on the Local Events page.
Find information on Membership benefits and how to join or donate.
Find information on SWCS Annual International Conferences.
This space available for sponsorship by any member.
Note: Any SWCS member can be a sponsor.
Sponsorship Rates: 1 month - $10; 3 months - $25; 6 months - $45.
Michigan Chapter Members: To be a sponsor on our website, download, fill out and mail this form.
Use this on-line "Buy Now" button. This will take you to PayPal. There will be a place where you can provide additional information to the seller, such as a message that you would like shown in the sponsorship space along with your name.
Website created 11/24/2008
Website updated 6/26/2016
For questions and/or comments about this website, contact Daniel F. Kesselring, Volunteer Web Site Editor