Partners

Wayne County Conservation District and Pike County Conservation District  as well as the Conservation Partnership *

Wayne County’s local Habitat for Humanity Organization

Honesdale Area JayCees

The Lackawanna Environmental Education Center

Pike and Wayne Cooperative Extension offices

Wayne County Library System

NEPA Northeastern Pennsylvania Alliance

Non-Profit and Community Assistance Center

Pocono Northeast Resource Conservation and Development Council of the USDA

Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon Society

PASA Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture

SEEDS also works with PPL’s E-Power Solutions team and often co-sponsors events that share energy efficiency information as well as the PPL rebates and incentives available to commercial and residential customers.

 

* The Conservation Partnership is an alliance of government, non-government,
non-profit and grass roots organizations with shared goals for natural resource conservation, sustainable communities and citizen involvement in community planning. 
The Partners provide a variety of educational programs that touch on all aspects of natural resource protection in our region.

The partnership is comprised of the following members:  

Pike County Conservation District, Pike County Office of Community Planning, Delaware Highlands Conservancy, Penn State Extension, The Nature Conservancy, Alliance to Keep Pike Green, Common Waters Partnership, The Pinchot Institute for Conservation, Lackawanna College, the Upper Delaware Roundtable, National Park Service – Delaware Water Gap NationalRecreation Area, National Park Service- Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River, Pennsylvania Environmental Council, The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, The Lackawaxen River Conservancy, PPL, Lake Wallenpaupack Watershed Management District, Pocono Environmental Education Center, Wayne Conservation District, the Northeast PA Audubon Society, US Forest Service, SEEDS, and the Eagle Institute