Licking County Soil & Water Conservation District


Non-Profit Organizations

About Us

-To promote conservation of natural resources through local leadership, education and technical assistance-

What is a Conservation District?

Conservation Districts are locally-organized, self-governing bodies chartered by the State. Through voluntary action and cooperation of landowners and other stakeholders, we work to conserve land, soil, water, forest, wildlife and other related resources for the benefit of all.


Watershed Specialist
Category: Agricultural, Forestry & Fishing
The Watershed Specialist position will be a full-time, temporary position involving both office and field work. The primary duty station will be located at the Soil & Water office at 771 E. Main St. Newark, OH 43055 with additional work station at Hebron Administrative Building, 934 W Main St, Hebron, OH 43025.  This temporary position has funding for two years.  It may become a permanent position more
Phone:(740) 670-5330
Fax:(740) 670-5338
22 Appalachian Ohio Restore Corps ~ Education and Outreach AmeriCorps
Category: Accounting
Skills and Qualifications: This position requires the ability to work both independently and in a team setting.   A Bachelor's degree or working toward a degree in a natural resource field or education or equivalent experience is recommended.  Location: Licking County at the Soil & Water office, 771 East Main Street, Newark, OH.  Duties and Responsibilities of the AmeriCorps Member:  ▪Promote, more
Phone:(740) 670-5330
Fax:(740) 670-5338

Rep/Contact Info

Kristy Hawthorne
District Program Administrator


P.O. BOX 702
NEWARK, OH 43058
PHONE 740.345.9757

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