Calvert Soil Conservation District
Serving Calvert County since 1948
Our mission is to promote practical and effective soil, water and related natural resource programs to all citizens in a timely fashion on a voluntary basis through leadership, education and cooperation. We work hard at conserving our natural resources and preserving the quality of life for you and your family. If you are a Calvert County farmer or landowner, become a cooperator with us and work with us to install best conservation practices on your agricultural land to protect our environment. Our knowledgeable staff has access to technical services that can help you install a full array of soil conservation practices that reduce erosion and improve water quality.
Calvert Soil Conservation District publishes an Annual Report. Click below to view the 2020 Annual Report or call 410-535-1521 ext. 3 to request one be mailed to you.
News & Events
CANCELED — 2022 Annual Cooperators’ Dinner
For the third consecutive year, Calvert SCD will not be having their Annual Cooperators’ Dinner, typically held in March, due to Covid. For updates on rescheduling the event, check back here. The Board of Supervisors will continue to monitor the Covid trends and decide whether to move the 2022 dinner to another date either later in the year or wait until 2023.
Below are some of the services that Calvert Soil Conservation District provides:
Including Conservation Programs, Conservation Practices, Farm Planning, and AgraAbility.
Our Erosion & Sediment Control Specialists are here to assist you with erosion issues on your property.
Our Equipment Rental Program allows our cooperators to rent farm equipment at a reasonable rate.