Little Kanawha Conservation District is pleased to announce that as part of the Lime Incentive program they will now be accepting hay land clients.

The Lime Incentive program benefits the people of West Virginia by:

Provides incentive to local farmers for the maintenance of permanent grasses and/ or legumes on grassland.

Provides soil and watershed protection by reducing erosion on grassland.

Helps reduce water, air, and soil pollution from non-point sources on grasslands.

Reduces soil erosion from wind and water, which contributes to flooding.

Helps reduce factors contributing to flooding, which has a major impact on economic and social stability in rural communities.

Little Kanawha Conservation District
91 Boyles Lane
Parkersburg, WV 26104
Phone: 304-422-9088

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