Otero Soil & Water Conservation District

3501 Mesa Village Drive, Alamogordo, NM† 88310

575-437-3100 ext. 3

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The Otero Soil and Water Conservation District is a governmental subdivision of the state of New Mexico organized under state law (Chapter 73, Article 20). A certificate of organization was issued by the Secretary of State on August 1, 1940.

The Story of the Otero Soil and Water Conservation Districtó1944 KOB Broadcast Transcript

The Otero Soil and Water Conservation District promotes and facilitates effective stewardship of natural resources by providing leadership, educational, technical and financial assistance to the citizens of Otero County.

Mission Statement

Check out the Interactive Mapping of our

noxious weed program and other projects.

 

Sign up forms are available on our Programs page.

UPCOMING MEETINGS / EVENTS

Otero SWCD will be meeting on February 1st at 9:30 am in the Guadalupe Conference Room of the USFS Supervisors office located at 2463 Las Palomas.† Conference call is available: 559-671-2595. You do not need a meeting code or password to join.

EVERY KID OUTDOORS

 

Otero SWCD is happy to announce that there is funding available to pay the transportation costs for 4th graders in Southern NM to visit our national parks and public lands.† The goal of the program is to support the youth initiative, Every Kid Outdoors. This project was made possible by a grant from the National Park Foundation through the generous support of donors from across the country.† Photos of the trips will be shared with the National Park Foundation (photo release required).† More information is available here: Every Kid Outdoors Factsheet