With Harnett County being the 14th highest County in North Carolina for agricultural cash receipts and having the plentiful water resource offered by the Cape Fear River to provide Harnett County Public Utilities with the water needed to supply 125,000 people in Harnett and the surrounding region with dependable drinking water each day, the Harnett Soil and Water Conservation District's mission to encourage proactive conservation of our soil and water resources is an important task.
The Harnett Soil and Water Conservation District's Board of Suprvisors and staff take great pride in working within the Soil and Water parntership to promote voluntary, incentive-driven resource management along with providing conservation education to both youth and adults to foster an appreciation of our County's abundant natural resources.
Rules of the Road Farmer's Forum - January 26, 2016 beginning at 6:30 at the Harnett County Agriculture Center
A major cause of water quality problems in North Carolina and throughout the United States is nonpoint source pollution which comes from many sources including construction sites, cities and towns, and agriculture. To assist in conserving our natural resources locally, the Harnett Soil & Water Conservation District Office is currently accepting applications for the North Carolina Agriculture Cost Share Program. The Agriculture Cost Share Program (ACSP) is a voluntary incentive based program for farmers or agricultural landowners that assists them in being proactive against nonpoint source pollution by implementing best management practices (BMP’s) to assist with natural resource concerns on the land.