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Irrigation Water Tests: We offer this service for those participating in USDA-NRCS programs that require water testing for irrigation systems. Please call us or email email@example.com for more information.
Home Drinking Water: We have compiled information about drinking water testing considerations and options for people here on the Kenai Peninsula. Click the link below to view or download. We also have paper copies available at our office.
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Check out Homer Grown on KBBI AM 890. It's a local show on gardening, agriculture and all things that grow on the southern Kenai Peninsula. Interviews with local experts and farmers, it's all about the community transmission of knowledge.
Check out what our local farmers grow and how they grow it in the Growing Local Food survey that interviewed dozens of local farmers.
Check out our in-depth survey of restaurants and institutions that will help show what they look for in quantities, varieties and quality when Buying Local Food.
Check out our survey of local and Lower 48 food hubs and other distributors of local food to learn about Potential Distribution Systems and see what it takes to successfully get local food out to customers.
After decades in the "blue bank building," NRCS and Homer Soil and Water are all moving into the Frontier Building between ACS and Remax on Pioneer. As of December 2017, our new address is 432 E Pioneer Ave. Homer Soil and Water will be in the office on the left, NRCS will be on the right, where Tech Connect used to be.
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Below is a list of goals for the coming fiscal year, identified by the Board of Supervisors. Our Annual Plan of Work, outlining our goals and objectives, and how we aim to accomplish them, can be viewed by downloading this document.
We value your civil rights. It is the policy of the Homer Soil and Water Conservation District to recruit, hire, train and promote for all job classifications without regard to a person’s race, religion, color or national origin, age, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, changes in marital status, pregnancy, parenthood or any other impermissible characteristic as defined by law when the reasonable demands of the position do not require distinction of the aforementioned items.
Homer Soil and Water Conservation District has projects for which we need people with specific qualifications. We are often hiring for a variety of positions.
For more information check out the Employment Opportunities tab on this website, e-mail Info@HomerSWCD.org or, call 907-299-4920. If you happen to have qualifications and interest in any of these kinds of jobs, feel free to give us your information. Just e-mail a cover letter, resume, and contact information for 3 professional references to Info@HomerSWCD.org.
Stay tuned as these job postings change!
Homer Soil and Water Conservation District is an equal opportunity employer.
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Feel free to come by our office in the Frontier Building during business hours:
432 E. Pioneer Ave, Homer, AK
Monday - Friday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Our staff also sometimes work from home. You can reach out to us by phone or email at anytime. We're here to help.
Phone: (907) 235-8177 Ext. 5
Contacts by program:
Invasive Species Program: firstname.lastname@example.org or (907) 235-8177 ext 117
Agriculture Program Coordinator: email@example.com or (907) 235-8177 ext 111
Natural Resources: Rivers & Wetlands: firstname.lastname@example.org
Natural Resources: Habitat Enhancement & Trails email@example.com
Outreach Coordinator and Local Food Systems firstname.lastname@example.org
District Manager: email@example.com or (907) 235-8177 ext 106
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