For information on the TJSWCD’s 2014 Dam Repair
Workshop: Sources of Funding for Land Management and Land Conservation. Farmers and forest landowners are invited to join PEC on 4/23 or 4/30 to learn which programs and funding source might work best for you and your particular property. Click here to learn more or call Maggi MacQuilliam at (540) 347-2334, Ext. 24. RSVP is required.
Charlottesville Conservation Assistance Program (CCAP). The District partnered with Charlottesville City to provide cost-share assistance to residents wanting to install rain gardens and more! Click here for more information.
Upper Rockfish River Watershed Cost Share: The District can provide supplemental cost-share assistance for farm conservation practices and septic system pumpouts, repairs, and replacements within the Upper Rockfish River watershed. Funding is available to farmers, residents, and homeowners. For full details, email Luke Longanecker or call (434) 975-0224, extension 106. Click here to download informational brochures.
Moores Creek Watershed Cost Share: The District can provide supplemental cost-share assistance for septic system pumpouts, repairs, and replacements within the Moores Creek Watershed. Want to know if you live in this watershed click here to find out. Funding is available to homeowners. For full details please click here or call the office (434) 975-0224.
Conservation Assistance (Urban) Program: The District has funding to pay for rain water harvesting cisterns, and for the conversion of turf grass areas to native plants. For more information please go to the Conservation Assistance Program page, or contact Alyson or Nicola at (434) 975-0224.
Piedmont Native Plants Database: Albemarle County is now hosting this free, searchable database on regionally native plants. www.albemarle.org/nativeplants.
TJSWCD Quarterly Newsletter: The April 2014 Newsletter is now available.