Crawford Soil & Water Conservation District
3111 State Route 98, Bucyrus, OH 44820 (419)-562-8280


    Our mission is to encourage and assist the people of Crawford County in making decisions for the wise use of our natural resources to provide a quality environment for all.

Conservation Districts are locally organized self-governing bodies chartered by the State. Through voluntary action and cooperation of landowners (and other stake holders), the District works to conserve land, water, forest, wildlife and other related resources for the benefit of all.

 Neighbor to Neighbor Conservation Series

Crawford SWCD is hosting a workshop series highlighting what is happening around our county in the Conservation and Ag fields! Join us for one or all of the workshops. Each evening will begin at the farm/residence and last no more than two hours. Each will offer information, a tour, and chance for questions and answers.


Small Scale Livestock Production

Tuesday October 17th at 6:30 P.M.

980 Brokensword Rd, Sycamore

Mike and Angie Hall will be sharing tips on successfully raising livestock on a small scale. Their farm base is on pastured, grass-fed livestock, consisting of meat goats, poultry and swine. Learn how to raise livestock on small acreage that is affordable and delicious.


Contact the Crawford SWCD for questions or to register for one or all of these workshops  by calling our office at 419-562-8280 ext 3, emailing or stop in at 3111 State Route 98, Bucyrus.  Registration is due the Friday before each workshop date.

The spring series dates will be February 20th, March 20th and April 17th—topics to follow at a later date.

 Click here for a printable PDF flyer: Neighbor to Neighbor Conservation Series