Brian Loadholt, Amelia’s new District Conservationist, chatted with producer Henry Foster, Piedmont SWCD Conservation Specialist Paula Totten, and FSA’s Joan Poore during the Amelia Open House held Tuesday, November 3rd in the Amelia Service Center.
Dates to Remember in 2022
July 26: Board meeting 11am
August 30: Board meeting 11am (this is a change)
June 25: Partnering with ARKS for parks at Twin Lakes State Park to present the water cycle 9-11am
July 12: All about Insects at Central Va Regional Library, Farmville 10:30-11:30 (ages 7 & up) register at the library
July 19: all about Turtles at Central Va Regional Library, Farmville 10:30-11:30 (ages 7 & up) register at the library
Piedmont Soil & Water
100-B Dominion Drive
Farmville, VA 23901
Office hours: Mon-Fri, 8:00-4:30
Who We Are
The Piedmont Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) is a non-profit, political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Virginia operating primarily on a grant basis with funds from state and local governments. Piedmont SWCD provides technical and educational assistance for natural resource conservation to land users, farmers, foresters, homeowners, and local governments in Amelia, Nottoway, and Prince Edward Counties. Since 1939, the District has delivered voluntary, locally-led conservation solutions to natural resource concerns.