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The District publishes a bi-monthly newsletter that is available to everyone online.
Please print a copy for anyone that you know that may like to read it but doesn't have access to the internet.

If you know of anyone that would like to receive an email alert when updates are made to the website please send me an email and I would be happy to add them to the reminder list.

For those that have not received a copy of the Carlyle Lake Watershed Plan it is in PDF form at the bottom of this page.
It is not complete, due to some of the material being submitted from outside agencies but it is close.
If you would like a complete copy stop by the office and we would be happy to give you a copy.
 

 

Conservation Conversation - Oct - Nov 2016	            Conservation Conversation - Dec 2014-Jan 2015
Conservation Conversation - Oct - Nov 2014	      Conservation Conversation - Aug - Sept 2014	
Conservation Conversation - June - July 2014            Conservation Conversation - April - May 2014	
Conservation Conversation - Feb - March 2014           Conservation Conversation - Dec 2013 - Jan 2014
Conservation Conversation - Aug - Sept 2013	             Conservation Conversation - Oct - Nov 2013
Conservation Conversation - April - May 2013	             Conservation Conversation - June - July 2013
Conservation Conversation - Dec. 2012 - Jan. 2013    Conservation Conversation - Oct - Nov 2012
Conservation Conversation - Aug - Sept 2012	             Conservation Conversation - June - July 2012
Conservation Conversation - April - May 2012 	             Conservation Conversation - Feb - March 2012
Conservation Conversation - Dec 2011 - Jan 2012      Conservation Conversation - Oct - Nov 2011
Conservation Conversation - Aug. - Sept. 2011             Conservation Conversation - June - July 2011
Conservation Conversation - April - May 2011	             Conservation Conversation - Feb.- March 2011
Conservation Conversation - Dec. 2010 - Jan. 2011    Conservation Conversation - Oct - Nov 2010 	    	
Conservation Conversation - Aug. - Sept. 2010            Conservation Conversation - June - July 2010
Conservation Conversation - April - May 2010               Conservation Conversation - Feb - March 2010
Conservation Conversation - Dec 2009 - Jan 2010       Conservation Conversation - Oct - Nov 2009
Conservation Conversation - August - Sept 2009          Conservation Conversation - June-July 2009
Conservation Conversation - April - May 2009               Conservation Conversation - Feb - March 2009
Conservation Conversation - Dec 2008 - Jan 2009       Conservation Conversation - Oct - Nov 2008
Conservation Conversation - Aug - Sept. 2008              Conservation Conversation - June-July 2008
Conservation Conversation - April - May 2008              Conservation Conversation - Feb-March 2008
Conservation Conversation - Dec 2007 - Jan 2008     Conservation Conversation - Oct - Nov 2007
Conservation Conversation - Aug - Sept. 2007            Conservation Conversation - June-July 2007
Conservation Conversation - April-May 2007               Conservation Conversation - Feb-Mar 2007
Conservation Conversation - Dec. 2006-Jan. 2007     Conservation Conversation - Oct.- Nov.2006
Conservation Conversation  - Aug-Sept 2006              Conservation Conversation - June-July 2006


Please check back regularly for news editions.

We have also added the At a Glance Newsletters to the Website. 
They haven't been published for a while but most of the information is still relatively up to date!

At a Glance Newsletter - Spring 2006
At A Glance Newsletter - Fall 2006
At A Glance Newsletter - Winter 2006
At A Glance Newsletter - Summer 2007
At A Glance Newsletter - Fall 2007
At A Glance Newsletter - Winter 2007

 

Carlyle Lake Final Plan.pdf

 

301 South Third Street
Vandalia,  IL  62471
618-283-1095 ext. 3
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday
Karen Sanders - fayettecountyswcd@att.net
Tony Pals - tony.pals@il.nacdnet.net