Stream Bank Stabilization
Stream Bank Stabilization

Stream Bank Stabilization

Stream Bank Stabilization

Ag Waste Storage
Ag Waste Storage

Ag Waste Storage

Ag Waste Storage

Dirt and Gravel Roads
Dirt and Gravel Roads

Dirt and Gravel Roads

Dirt and Gravel Roads

Educational Events
Educational Events

Educational Events

Collection of aquatic insects at Caledonia State Park for indications of water quality.

Erosion and Sediment Control
Erosion and Sediment Control

Erosion and Sediment Control

Erosion and Sediment Control

Winter Cover Crop
Winter Cover Crop

Winter Cover Crop

Winter Cover Crop

REGISTER NOW!
2022 Conservation Farmer of the Year Summer Farm Tour – Tuesday, August 9, 2022
REGISTRATION 9:30 AM
PROGRAM  10:00 AM

Lurgan Lions Club

Visit the Bryan Kyle Farm

See recent stream projects completed at Lions Club

PLEASE CALL 717-264-5499 to register! (Event  is free with lunch provided, but we need to know you’re coming!)

Registration Deadline: August 5

2021 Conservation Farmer of the Year: Lesher’s Poultry Farm, Inc.

Click HERE for photos

 

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FCCD Ag Technician Scott Metzger Receives State Conservation District Employee Excellence Award

Left to Right: FCCD Award Winner Scott Metzger, FCCD District Manager Dave Stoner

Left to Right: PACD President Kelly Stagen, FCCD Award Winner Scott Metzger, PACD North Central Region Director Dr. Robert Shannon

Click HERE for full article

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Applications from Franklin County farmers are being accepted for:

Conservation Excellence Grant (CEG) – Click HERE for more information

Streamside Grass Buffer Program – Click HERE for more information

 


SPOTTED LANTERNFLY QUARANTINE AREA INCLUDES FRANKLIN COUNTY

To report a sighting, please call 1-888-422-3359 or use the reporting tool found: HERE

BUSINESSES (includes farming) that operate in or travel through quarantined counties are required to obtain a Spotted Lanternfly permit.

Click HERE for permit training.

Click HERE for more information on the permit.

HOMEOWNERS and FARMERS with questions about treatment are encouraged to contact the Franklin County Penn State Extension office (717-263-9226) to learn about management, including approved sprays. You may also visit: www.extension.psu.edu

Pennsylvanians who live inside the quarantine zone should also review and sign the Compliance Checklist for residents. Click HERE.

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FIND US ON FACEBOOK!  Facebook icon

The district now has a Facebook page to share the latest news and events happening in Franklin County, as well as informational tidbits of interest.

You can find us HERE!  LIKE & SHARE our page!

 


Franklin County Conservation District Board Meeting

 FCCD Directors Meeting

*PLEASE NOTE CHANGED DATE & TIME*

Tues, Aug 9, 2022 –  8:00 AM – 11:00 AM (EDT)

Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.
https://meet.goto.com/504788645

You can also dial in using your phone.
United States: +1 (408) 650-3123

Access Code: 504-788-645

Get the app now and be ready when your first meeting starts: https://meet.goto.com/install

*As per FCCD policy, “advance notice of individuals wishing to make comments during the Franklin County Conservation District Board meeting shall be made with the District Manager by calling 717-264-5499.  Only two (2) representatives of the same issue will be permitted to address the Board of Directors for a total of 10 minutes (5 minutes per person).”


 

What Does The Conservation District Do?

Implements soil and water conservation programs with various funding sources and partnerships. Duties include: Erosion and Sedimentation Controls, Nutrient Management/Act 38, Chesapeake Bay, Watershed, and Environmental Education. The Conservation District also conducts annual events such as the Envirothon (state and county), Eco-Days, tree seedling sales, school presentations, and many other activities.

 

Watch a short video about Conservation Districts.

 

TO REPORT ENVIRONMENTAL EMERGENCIES AFTER HOURS:

Please call DEP at 800-541-2050