Geo Textile Fabric

Geo Textile Fabric Specs

The 6 oz. Non-Woven Geotextile is a medium weight filter fabric used for a range of erosion control, drainage, and filtration applications. The Non-Woven Geotextile is needle punched fabric designed to help with stabilization, separation, filtration, and drainage in your location. 

Basic Uses for Non-Woven Geotextile Fabric

  • Filtration: As water passes from a layer of fine-grained soil to a coarse-grained soil, the fabric acts as a filter, retaining fine particles.

  • Drainage: Protection of drainage areas can be an important requirement for any construction site or work area. Nonwovens work here to prevent soil, large particles, and other items from entering a drain system.

  • Stabilization: Commonly used around stalls or farms where water often mixes into the surrounding soil to create high levels of mud, the fabric will help stabilize areas and filter out water.

Pricing: $1.70 per linear foot.  Complete rolls, 15' x 300',  can be purchased at a discounted rate. 


Call 931-528-6472 ext. 3 or stop by the office at 900 South Walnut Ave, Room 1, Cookeville, TN  to check for availability. 




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Our Mission

The mission of the Putnam County Soil Conservation District is to protect and conserve the natural resources of the county for landowners, land users, units of government, educators and organizations by finding and taking available technical, financial, and educational resources and making them available to our clients without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, religions, age, disability, political beliefs, and marital or familial status.

Our History

The Putnam County Soil Conservation District, organized under the provisions of the Tennessee SCD Enabling Act of 1939, officially became a soil conservation district on February 19, 1941, following a referendum in which 322 landowners voted for and 16 against the organization.



The referendum was held at four polling places, namely Double Springs, Cookeville, Baxter, and Twin Oak communities....

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