Soil & Water Conservation District

Special Programs

  • Translation Services Available.  If you need assistance with the translation of this or Soil and Water Conservation District related documents, please call the District at 631-852-3285.

  • 21th Annual Long Island Regional Envirothon 
                  Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Contact Us

Corey Humphrey
District Manager
Phone: (631) 852-3285
Fax:(631) 852-3302
423 Griffing Avenue
Riverhead NY 11901

Our Services

Reference Materials


Conservation Plant Material Information
& Sheets
Technical data sheets on recommended plant
species for erosion control and wildlife manage-
ment are available that tell how to plant and
maintain varieties of grasses, shrubs and trees.
The USDA-NRCS Plant Material Program web-
site, also, has valuable information and recom-
mendations on plant species.

Picture of Cover Crop on a farm field
            Cover Crop
North Fork, Long Island

Wildlife Management Information &
Data sheets offer suggestions for attracting and
maintaining native wildlife. This office encourages
participation in the Wildlife Habitat Incentives
Program (WHIP) which is a voluntary program for
people who want to develop and improve wildlife
habitat on private lands. It provides both technical
assistance and cost sharing to help establish and
improve fish and wildlife habitat.

Picture of a Great White Egret, a bird
            Great White Egret
Noyac, New York

Educational Materials & Programs
Our Department hosts the annual Long Island
Regional Envirothon
, which promotes environ-
mental education through encouraging High
School Students to participate in this competition,
which offers scholarships and other incentives to
the students.  High School Teachers are notified
each year of the competition and asked to create
a five-member team to compete.  We also have
Guides for Teaching Soil and Water Conservation
and how to set up an Outdoor Classroom.
Picture of the Long Island Regional Envirothon logo