Pike Conservation District Highlights GIS, Environmental Ed Grants, On-Lot Septic System Workshop

The Pike County Conservation District's recent newsletter highlighted several important activities--

-- Summer Intern Anton Adams provides an overview of how Geographic Information Systems are useful in land use planning and environmental management.

-- Environmental Education Grants awarded by the District benefits students at Delaware Valley Elementary School for a hydroponics system for striating maple seedlings and Wallenpaupack Area School 8th grade class bat house project.

-- Reminder: September 19 Maintaining Your On-Lot Septic System Workshop.

-- Click Here to sign up for eNews from Pike Conservation District

For more information on landowner technical and financial services, education opportunities and more, visit the Pike County Conservation District website.

(Photo: (L) 8th Graders: Andrew Magistro, Landon Hiller, Jamaris Roblero, and Tatiyana Simpson; (R) Elementary students: Nathaniel Carso, Emma Ostensen, and Rylee Nitecki. Back row: Townes Markwalter and William Onofry.)

[Posted: July 1, 2019]


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