The Pathway to Water Quality will be an excellent watershed demonstration that walks residents through practical displays and information about how proper management practices at home, on the farm, and in business can protect our soil and water resources. We want the public, both non-agriculture and agriculture-based, to understand how they can implement best management practices on their own land.
The Bartholomew County Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) would like to ask for your help in raising funds for and installing the Pathway to Water Quality at the Fairgrounds. We will need help with building benches, doing artwork, designing and building rain chains, installing fence, building garden boxes, installing a pond, building the entryway structure, designing and installing interpretive signage, and planting native plants. Just to name a few!
If you, or a group or business you are with, is interested in volunteering your time, expertise, and/or funds for the project, please contact the district at the number or e-mail below. Your name will be added to the list of donors at the completion of the entire Pathway Project!
We look forward to involving the community with all stages of this project!