Darlington Soil and Water Conservation District


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Mission Statement- To promote conservation through the wise use of natural resources for the benefit of the citizens of Darlington County.

Conservation District Function- To take available technical, financial, and educational resources, whatever their source, and focus or coordinate them so that they meet the needs of the local land user for conservation of soil, water, animals, plants, air, and human well being, (SWAPA+H).



Biographical Information

Organization Name
Darlington Soil and Water Conservation District

The Darlington SWCD is located in northeast South Carolina in an area know as the coastal plains region and has been in existance since November 1, 1952 with continued work toward promoting natural resource conservation. With approximately 348,800 acres of landarea in the county, 135,000 acres is devoted to cropland and agriculture is the domanint ecomomic resource with tobacco and cotton the main crops. Meetings are held once a month every third Monday at 7:00 pm in the Mozingo Building on the 2nd Floor in the Clemson Extension Kitchen and are open to the public.

Darlington County is locally know as the Pearl of the Pee Dee.

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Contact Information

Street address
300 Russell Street, Room 228; Mozingo Building; Darlington, SC 29532

Electronic mail address

Web address

Office phone
843-393-0483; X3

FAX number

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Last revised: April 25, 2002.