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.


Manure Nutrient Management Assistant Position

This part-time position will primarily assist the Manure Nutrient Management Specialist in serving the livestock producers of Crawford, Sandusky, Seneca and Wyandot Counties. The responsibilities will include coordinating producer information, reporting and communicating with partnering counties’ Board of Supervisors, education and outreach of 4 County MNM Program. The right person for this position will be organized, great at communicating in person, in writing and over the phone and will have a desire to learn about locally-led conservation programs.  Some travel and evening hours will be required within partnering counties. This position will work a maximum of 28 hours per week. Salary is based on experience. Benefits include paid vacation, sick leave and holidays, as per employment policy.

Interested individuals should submit:

  • A resume with contact information, education and work history, skills, qualifications and three references with phone or email contact information.
  • A letter that explains why you are interested in joining this conservation partnership.
  • As an optional way to learn more about your abilities, skills and personal accomplishments, please feel free to share your social media accounts.

Resumes will be accepted until 4:30p, October 31, 2016. Resumes and letters can be dropped off in person, Mon-Fri, 8-4:30, or mailed to Seneca Conservation District, 3140 South SR 100, Suite D, Tiffin, Ohio 44883.  They may also be emailed to

Any questions can be directed to Beth Diesch at the above email or by phone (419) 447-7073.