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Let's make our community a better place!

Welcome to Orangeburg County Soil & Water Conservation District and KOCB

The Function of the conservation district

To take available Technical, Financial, and Educational Resources, whatever their source, and focus or coordinate them so that they may meet the needs of the local land user for the conservation of soil, water, and related resources.

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Our Mission:

To provide local leadership to implement all programs that protect, restore, or improve the natural resources of Orangeburg County.

(Pictured Left to Right - Roy Lindsey, Louise Hughes, Jackie Fogle, George Ulmer, and John Cuttino, Sr.)

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Diane Curlee, Education Coordinator, receiving her award for 20 years of service to the Orangeburg County Conservation District!

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Hugh Hammond Bennett: The Story of America's Private Lands Conservation Movement

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Lisa Rigden, District Coordinator, Diane Curlee, Education Coordinator, and Mallory Coffey, Keep SC Beautiful Coordinator

Recent Litter Pick-ups

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THE NEESES ADOPT-A-HIGHWAY GROUP

DO YOU HAVE A GROUP THAT MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN ADOPTING-A-HIGHWAY?

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Austin Tindall helped with the Neeses Adopt-A-Highway Group

We have awesome volunteers!

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PART OF THE NEESES ADOPT-A-HIGHWAY GROUP!

Contact us today to find out what group you would like to join!

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EDISTO RIVER/RIVER SWEEP

The Teach For America Group volunteered to pick up trash at the Orangeburg City Landing.

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Boy Scouts

These Boy Scouts picked up trash at the Baughman Landing in Orangeburg County.

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Teach for America picking up litter at the City Landing during Beach Sweep/River Sweep.

We are dedicated to the Conservation of Soil, Water, and Related Resources.

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