Services

  • Conservation Poster Contest - Provides kindergarten through twelfth grade students and opportunity to share their thoughts about soil, water and other natural resources through art.
  • Envirothon - Envirothon is a natural resources competition for high school students.
  • Girl Scout Patch Programs - Patch programs on soil and water conservation for Girl Scouts
  • K-5 Teacher Workshop - Free workshop offered to Henrico County elementary teachers by the Henrico Environmental Educators Network.
  • Landowner and Agricultural Producer Services - The District provides assistance for agricultural practices that protect and improve water quality of Virginia's streams and rivers.
  • Maps and Aerial Photographs - Henricopolis maintains a collection of resource maps and historical aerial photographs.
  • Meaningful Watershed Education Experience - Our newest classroom program in which students focus on an environmental question, problem or issue.
  • Natural Resources Classroom Programs - SOL-based classroom programs are offered as a service to Henrico County students- public, private and homeschooled.
  • Publications and Brochures - Natural Resource publications for the general public
  • Rain Barrel Workshops - Rain Barrels save money, conserve water and reduce the impact of stormwater runoff.
  • Scholarships - College scholarships offered to students planning to study one of the environmental sciences.
  • School Break Mini Camps - Mini-camp for elementary students at Twin Hickory Recreation Center during Spring and Winter Break.
  • Soil Test Voucher Program - In order to promote the practice of soil testing, Henricopolis has established a soil test incentive program to offset the cost of soil analysis for Henrico County residents.
  • Virginia Conservation Assistance Program - The Virginia Conservation Assistance Program (VCAP) is available to all homeowners, commercial and public land in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. This program provides financial incentives for 13 Best Management Practices (BMPs) to help non-agricultural landowners reduce their “stormwater footprint” and improve water quality.
  • Youth Conservation Camp - A week long summer conservation camp for Virginia high school students on the campus of Virginia Tech.

Contact Us

Henricopolis Soil and Water Conservation District

Henricopolis SWCD
8600 Dixon Powers Drive
Henrico, VA 23228

Charles Lively
804-501-5176
Lindy Durham
804-501-5175
Stacey Heflin
804-501-5289

HSWCD Fax
804-501-5919

Henricopolis SWCD
P.O. Box 90775
Henrico, VA 23273

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