The Greene County Soil & Water Conservation District provides technical assistance to landowners and towns to solve stream-related problems in a manner that improves water quality and supports the Schoharie Basin Stream Management Plans.
Utilizing data collection, monitoring, and analysis, the GCSWCD helps guide policy, projects, and programs in the Schoharie watershed related to stream, floodplain, and riparian corridor management.
Contact the GCSWCD via our information on the left if you would like to request technical assistance for a stream-related issue, or for more information.
Stream Assistance Funding Opportunities
Stream Management Implementation Program (SMIP)
The Schoharie Watershed Advisory Committee (SWAC), formed in 2008, selects priority projects to be funded by the Stream Management Implementation Program (SMIP). SWAC members represent the collective interests of local government, property owners, watershed agencies, and non-profit organizations.
Catskill Streams Buffer Initiative
Assists landowners in better stewardship of their riparian (streamside) area through protection, enhancement, management, or restoration. Funds are available for landowners and towns for projects.