• Environmental Stewardship PSA: Plant Native Species!

    Looking for an easy way to help the environment in your community? Check out this video from the PA Association of Conservation Districts about planting native plants in your communities. Not sure which native species to plant? Contact the Delaware County Conservation District for resources and guidance about the best native plants for your area.

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  • Earth Day 2020: Celebrating 50 Years of Environmental Stewardship

    April 22, 2020 marks the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day which began in 1970 as a unified response to an environment in crisis. The Clean Air, Clean Water, and Endangered Species Act were created as a result of the first Earth Day in 1970. Since then, similar laws have been enacted throughout the world, countless […]

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  • ONE-DAY ESM Training for Low Volume Road Program

    The Delaware County Conservation District is now accepting applications for Low Volume Road improvement projects! Applications will be accepted year-round with semi-annual application deadlines. Deadlines are April 1st and October 30th. Please contact the District prior to submitting an application. In order to be eligible to apply for program funds, the person in charge of […]

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  • 2018 Poster Contest

    2018 Poster Contest The 2018 Poster Contest is now open. This year’s theme is “Watersheds: Our Water, Our Home”. Entries are being accepted until Friday, April 20th. Please visit to access the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) website for contest rules and a list of resources to help you with your poster. Brochures (Brochure 2018) regarding information on […]

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  • Penncrest students “champion” the environment

    Delaware County Council recognized the Penncrest High School Envirothon Gold Team for winning the regional and state championships, and going on to the North American Envirothon in Canada in July. Shown at the June 22 County Council meeting are, from left, Penncrest faculty advisor Mark Samilenko, team members Rachel Hughes, Dennis Harrsch, Vy-Linh Gale, County […]

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