For the last 15 years, the Flint River Soil and Water Conservation District has been actively engaged in a diverse suite of conservation initiatives. Over time, the Flint District’s impact has expanded significantly from the lower Flint River Basin. Current District projects now encompass over 100 counties in Georgia as well as regions of Florida and Alabama.

The projects detailed below total over $22,000,000 in conservation impact!


project focus areas:

  1. Pilot projects to assess viability of conservation-driven innovation through technology transfer;

  2. Targeted funding for widespread implementation and adoption of conservation practices;

  3. Demonstration projects to showcase proven technologies and increase adoption; and

  4. Conservation and education-focused initiatives that transition into long-term programs.

Current and Past Projects