Annual Seedling Sale is ON!February 21, 2017
Did you know?
Conservation districts represent a unique effort to preserve and ensure the sustainability of Pennsylvania’s natural resources. They are located in 66 counties throughout the commonwealth and offer a variety of programs that unite farmers, municipal officials, homeowners, teachers, students, and others, in the common goal of restoring and conserving precious natural resources. Conservation districts seek to address a number of environmental issues defined in statute, including control and prevention of soil erosion, flood control, maintenance of dams and reservoirs, storm water management, air quality protection, wildlife preservation, and overall promotion of the health, safety and general welfare of the people of the commonwealth.
The 1945 law creating conservation districts, Act 217, followed a concerted effort to address the conservation of soil, water and related natural resources.
Forest land is a valuable natural asset. The land has the potential to provide periodic income, recreational enjoyment, aesthetics and improved habitat for wildlife. The Wayne Conservation District can help you reach your short & long term goals on your forest land. The annual seedling sale is one of the many offerings your conservation district provides.
Click 2017 Seedling Sale Oder Form to view and print the Seedling Sale Order Form. Mail the form and your check to:
Office email; firstname.lastname@example.org
The District provides a myriad of services and programs. The document below provides a summary of the Conservation District. If you have any questions please contact our office.
Conservation District Staff
Robert Muller Jr. — Manager
Heidi Ferber– Nutrient Management Specialist
David Mitchell — Resource Conservationist
Ed Vinton– Resource Conservationist
Sarah Hall — Forest Specialist
Jamie Knecht — Watershed Specialist
Sylvia Thompson — Secretary
Click on name above to email staff member
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