Belmont Soil and Water Conservation District 

101 North Market Street * St. Clairsville, OH 43950 

Phone 740-526-0027 * Fax 740-526-0032

Mission Statement: To educate and assist present and future landowners in the wise use of our soil and water resouces.

Belmont SWCD works with landowners to provide technical assistance with nuisance wildlife.

The Wildlife/Forestry Specialist provides the following technical services to Belmont County landowners:

Contact Liza Butler                                   


phone: (740) 526-0027

2015 Wildlife Seed Sale

Wildlife Seed Pick-up April 16 and 17, 2015

New Belmont County Fairgrounds 45420 Roscoe Road St. Clairsville, Ohio 43950

Belmont SWCD is pleased to offer full-quality, discontinued and slightly outdated seed through a cooperative effort with Pheasants Forever. The seed in this program will germinate at rates roughly 70-90 percent, and is available at reasonable rates. Through Pheasants Forever and the Belmont SWCD, the following seeds are being offered to you on a first-come, first served basis. While we may not always receive the type and quantity offered, the District will do it's best to fill each order. Pre-orders recommended due to limited supply.

Wildlife Seed Form

2015 Fish Fingerling Sale

Fish Pick-up April 2, 2015

New Belmont County Fairgrounds 45420 Roscoe Road St. Clairsville, Ohio 43950

A properly stocked and managed pond will provide years of quality fishing. Stocking the proper kinds, sizes, and number of fish will start a pond in the right direction. Most Ohio ponds are ideal for largemouth bass, bluegill, and channel catfish; and all three provide excellent fishing and fine eating. An initial stocking of a combination of these fish is usually recommended for new or renovated ponds. Properly managed largemouth bass and bluegill will produce self-sustaining populations, whereas channel catfish usually require periodic restocking. Other fish occasionally stocked include White Amur or triploid grass carp and redear shellcracker.

Fish Fingerling Form

Click on the links below to learn more about Belmont SWCD!

Agriculture Education Forestry Urban Wildlife Captina Creek