Education Programs:

School Program and

Field Trip Guides

Grades K-2

Grades 3-6

VIDEO: The Dirt On Soils: Mineral Mania

Mineral Mania Lab Sheet

Fall Nature Detectives Activity for School and Home

Forestry Field Day

Conservation Field Day

Adopt a tree

Smokey Bear

Wetland Program

Classroom topics

School Field trips to Par Gil

Conservation Camp

4-H exhibits & Awards

Volunteer work days

Scholarship Applications

· Applicant must graduate from an accredited school program located in LaGrange County.

· Applicant must be enrolled in an accredited educational or training institution, in a program related to agriculture or natural resources conservation as intended major.

· Applicant may not be an immediate family member of an employee or board supervisor of the LaGrange County SWCD.

· Applicant must submit a completed application with a brief autobiography to explain why they should be awarded the scholarship.

· Applicants will be judged on GPA, extracurricular activities, references and autobiography.

· This scholarship will be available to recipient upon the successful completion of their first semester at a college, university or technical school. The SWCD will issue one check in the name of the recipient, following the receipt of a copy of grades or transcript. The scholarship may be applied to costs directly related to educational expenses such as books, tuition, housing, lab fees, etc. This scholarship is not renewable.

Summer Camp Registration

The Northeast Indiana Conservation Districts are offering three individual Conservation Day Camps this summer for your children to enjoy! Each camp costs $10 per child from ages 9-13. The camp is from 9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. with lunch and supplies provided.  

Click on the document icon to learn more. 

Northern Indiana Grazing Conference:

The Northern Indiana Grazing Conference had a record setting attendance for the 2022 conference. We look forward to having another successful conference in February 3rd-4th 2023. Thank you for all who attended and helped make 2022 conference a success. 

for registration please call our office 260-463-3166 ext 3, or stop by the office.

Pasture Walks on Management :

The District holds Pasture Walks at intensive rotational grazing operations monthly, May-October, on the 2nd Thursday of each month.  We have had a successful year for 2021 and are looking for pasture walk hosts for the 2023 year. Please contact the office if you are interested in hosting.  

To get the full 2022 Pasture Walk schedule please click on the document Icon below to view the schedule.

Pasture Walk News 

  • May 12th 2022 Article

June 23 2022 Summer Camp Agenda