Northampton County Conservation District
14 Gracedale Avenue
Who we are:
The Northampton County Conservation District is one of 66 Conservation Districts statewide and nearly 3000 nationwide dedicated to conserving soil and water resources. The Northampton County Conservation District's main goals are to promote soil conservation, maintain or improve water quality and promote environmental education. To achieve these goals, the Conservation District performs a variety of programs ranging from reviewing erosion and sediment pollution control plans for earth disturbance activities to providing advice on starting a local watershed association and so much more.
To provide the public with a coordinated program of quality natural resource education and conservation within Northampton County.
How you can help:
The Northampton County Conservation District is looking to create a pool of potential volunteers for our upcoming activities and events. Whether it’s assisting high school students at the PA Envirothon or working hands-on on a stream restoration project, we want you to be a part of our mission! If you are interested in joining our volunteer team please contact Kristina Heaney at 610-829-6282M-F 8am-4pm.
Examples of Programs we offer:
- Education- Teacher workshops, Envirothon, Hydromania Classroom environmental education, Local fair events, etc.
- Dirt and Gravel Roads- Municipal trainings, etc.
- Watershed Programs- Stream restorations, Rain barrel workshops, etc.
- Agricultural Programs- Manure management workshops, Nutrient Management workshops, Ag. BMP projects, etc.
*** Want to keep your finger on the pulse of what’s happening in your Northampton County Backyard? Call and ask how you can join our Board of Directors as an Associate Director!