Fall 2016 Big Sweep Is Here!
Got Gloves? Roll up your sleeves and volunteer for Wake County Big Sweep! Volunteers are needed to remove litter from Wake County's streams, lakes, wetlands and greenways! There are 18 cleanups starting on September 10 through November 5. Check the 2016 Fall Big Sweep Calendar here
and then register directly with the Zone Captain or park at the litter cleanup of your choice! Thank you for volunteering for Wake County Big Sweep to make our environment litter free!
How much agricultural land is there in Wake County?
You may be surprised at the amount of agricultural land that still exists in Wake County. View the full-sized map and see just how much.
Hint: Wake County Soil and Water Conservation Department's workload covers 121,631 rural acres, which is more than the ENTIRE county of Chowan. Wake's Soil and Water Conservation Department staff has a workload greater than 54 counties in North Carolina, where Wake is ranked 46th in cash revenues for agriculture (2012 Cash receipts, NCDA&CS).
Did you know?
Want more information about your Soil and Water Conservation District?
Contact Wake Soil and Water Conservation District at 919-250-1050, or stop by the office in the Wake County Agriculture Services Building at 4001
Carya Drive, Suite D, Raleigh.
Wake Soil and Water Conservation District Board Meetings:
- August 9, 2016: District Board of Supervisors Meeting – 10:30 a.m.
- September 13, 2016: District Board of Supervisors Meeting – 10:30 a.m.
*Please contact our office for more details if you'd like to attend a meeting.
Stream Repair Workshop
Do you have a stream eroding on your property? Not sure what to do?
Then check out this free stream repair workshop!
Date: October 22, 2016
Time: 9–11 a.m.