2016 Conservation Day Camp

Click Here to download/view/print the 2016 Conservation Day Camp Brochure.



Annual Meeting 2016



Info to come.

Education Outreach

Our free of charge conservation outreach consists of standard and personalized programs. We offer programs to Pre-K through Adults. Read our brochure for more details.

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About The Preble SWCD

The Preble Soil & Water conservation district was organized in 1949 by concerned landowners interested in protecting and improving our soil and water resources.

This group of landowners petitioned and organized the Preble Soil Conservation District.  The District is a legal subdivision of the State of Ohio. 



In 1963 the word "water" was added to the name of the District because of the increasing importance of water in rural and urban development.   Click Here to read more..


Our Mission Statement

To work with rural and urban landowners as well as government entities and agencies to ensure water quality and soil protection now and for future generations by strengthening the grass root effort of providing best management practices to all natural resources but especially those of soil and water.   


Conservation Camp 

Click the links below to Download/View Print the pdf flyer/info.


Counselor Application

Scholarship Application

Scholarship Information




Our $1,000 College Scholarship was awarded
to Brian Ketring  Click Here to read all about this year's winner.

Two Scholarships are available to apply for in 2017:

2017 College Scholarship info/Form.

2016 Three Valley Conservation Trust Scholarship.

Preble County Plat Book

Who owns Preble County? Thousands of people have a piece of it, and they are listed in the new plat book published by the Preble Soil & Water Conservation District with Mapping Solutions. The 2015 book is available for purchase for $25.00 at the Conservation District Office at 1651 North Barron Street in Eaton. Premium wall maps are also available. For more information contact the office at (937) 456-5159.  Click Here to Download/View/Print the informational flyer.