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National Association of Conservation Districts
#NACD is pleased to release the "Past, Present and Future of Conservation Districts", a video showcasing the history and unique journey of conservation districts. This 10-minute video serves as an introduction to the philosophy behind the nation’s conservationists and offers insight on where we go from here.
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YOUTH CONSERVATION CAMP

The Thomas Jefferson Soil and Water Conservation District (TJSWCD) is pleased to announce the availability of two, Youth Conservation Camp tuition awards. TJSWCD will provide full camp tuition (includes food and lodging) for two students, for this exciting week-long opportunity.

The Virginia Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts (VASWCD) annually sponsors a week long summer Youth Conservation Camp July 7- July 13, 2019 on the campus of Virginia Tech to give high school students a chance to broaden and exercise their conservation knowledge and interests.

Applicants must be in grades 9-12 during the 2018-2019 academic year and residing within the Albemarle, Nelson, Louisa, Fluvanna Counties or the City of Charlottesville—the communities TJSWCD proudly serves. NOTE: Twelfth graders who will graduate in May, June, July or August 2019 are eligible to attend. Previous campers may not attend.

for additional Youth Conservation Camp announcement details and application, please visit
www.tjswcd.org/education-outreach/


photo courtesy of VASWCD
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TJSWCD is pleased to announce the availability of its 2019 Scholarship Awards. TJSWCD is now accepting scholarship applications to students residing in Albemarle, Fluvanna, Louisa, and Nelson Counties, and the City of Charlottesville – the District we proudly serve.

The TJSWCD scholarship is available to full-time students who demonstrate an active interest in conservation and are enrolled in, or have applied to, a college freshman level curriculum. The scholarship must be applied toward courses for which the student will receive college credit, and the payment will be made directly to the student’s academic institution.

Please visit our website for specific criteria and application. www.tjswcd.org/education-outreach/
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