New District Conservationist for Hancock County

Hancock County SWCD is thrilled to welcome Chris Phinney into his new role as the NRCS District Conservationist for Hancock County! Chris worked previously as the Soil Conservationist in Hancock County, and we look forward to continuing to work with him on identifying...

WORKSHOP: Enhancing Fish Habitat

Your land – and the forests you manage – have the potential to provide important fish habitat. Is this potential being utilized? How can you, as a landowner or forest manager, enhance fish habitat by installing road/stream crossings that support stream...

Watershed Stewardship Week

On Sunday, April 29, the National Association of Conservation Districts will be launching Watershed Stewardship Week! A watershed is an area of land that drains rain water or snow into a single location such as a stream, lake, or underground aquifer. These bodies of...
2017 Financial Services Request for Proposal

2017 Financial Services Request for Proposal

Hancock County Soil and Water Conservation District (HCSWCD) invites Financial Service Firms to submit a proposal for the preparation of its yearly audited financial statements and related filings for a three-year period beginning with the 2017 fiscal year ending...

NRCS State Biologist Announced

jeremy.markuson@me.usda.gov Main Telephone Number:  (207) 990-9100 x3 USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service 967 Illinois Avenue, Suite #3 Bangor, ME  04401 Former Hancock County District Conservationist- Jeremy Markuson – named NRCS Biologist. Jeremy will...