Click the cover below to view our current edition of the Pitt Soil and Water Conservation District Newsletter. Previous editions can be found at the bottom of the page, along with copies of our Annual Report.
Agricultural Land Use Inventory
Click the cover to the left to view the Pitt County Agricultural Land Use Inventory. Eastern North Carolina is an area that is rich in agricultural resources such as: cotton, soybeans, corn, poultry, wheat, peanuts and the like. Native American aboriginals of the land bestowed farming techniques upon new settlers. Cultivating what later went on to become one of the most well known regions for farmland production. In Pitt County, 77% of the land is designated for crops, 14% of the land is designated as green space and woodland.