In response to the Coronavirus, and in an effort to reduce
the spread of the virus, Peter Francisco SWCD office is closed
to the public. The office is staffed to answer any questions.
NO-TILL DRILL Renters should call the office to verify pick up
time and staff will meet you behind the building where the
drill is parked. Office # 434-983-7923. Cell # 434-315-1401
NOTICE – dated August 27, 2020:
Peter Francisco Soil and Water Conservation District will conduct its regular monthly Board meeting a week later than usual in September. It will be held on Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. with a quorum at the Buckingham Agriculture Building Auditorium, beside the Buckingham Virginia Cooperative Extension Office, Admin Drive, Buckingham VA 23921
The Peter Francisco Board of Directors will be using the auditorium to conduct necessary business practicing social distancing with 10 or less people in attendance.
The Board meeting will be limited to essential business as necessary to carry out the Virginia Cost-share Program, the 319 TMDL Septic Program and District operational business. Any other information will be discussed at a later time/meeting.
If there are any public concerns/comments that need to be shared with the Board, please email by close of business on Monday, September 21, 2020 to: Public comment sign-ups will be at the door. The attendance numbers will be evaluated to allow for individuals to transition in and out of the room to speak on their topic, with a limit of 3 minutes per person.
Serving Buckingham and Cumberland Counties in Virginia
We are here to promote the stewardship and conservation of natural resources by providing technical expertise and educational programs. We want to ensure the citizens of the District become educated stewards by committing to conservation practices with their limited natural resources now and for future generations.
This video was shot during a farm tour that was hosted by the Peter Francisco Soil and Water Conservation District. It focuses on cover crop and nutrient management practices that were put in place with the help of funds from the Virginia Agricultural Cost Share Program
Livestock Exclusion and Rotational Grazing
This video features best management practices that have been put in place with the help of funds from the Virginia Agricultural Cost Share Program. The video footage was primarily shot at a farm tour that was hosted by the Piedmont Soil and Water Conservation District and highlights livestock exclusion and rotational grazing practices.