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Lackawanna County Conservation District-Board of Directors Meeting Agenda

Attached is the meeting agenda for the upcoming Board of Directors meeting for the Lackawanna County Conservation District. Interested public participants can contact the Conservation District at 570-382-3086 for more information on the location, time, or details on agenda items.

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Help Keep Streams Clean

Did you know there are easy steps you can take to make a difference in your community? Every day, the state’s sixty-six conservation districts work to prevent pollution in Pennsylvania. But we can’t do this alone. We need your help.

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2020 Annual Report

The annual report for the Lackawanna County Conservation District from 2020 is now available! To obtain a full copy of the report, including highlights from each program the District offers, click HERE!

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Department Of Agriculture Adds 8 Counties To Pennsylvania’s Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine, Highlights New Weapon To Sniff Out Pest

03/10/2021 ​Harrisburg, PA – Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding today announced that eight counties have been added to Pennsylvania’s Spotted Lanternfly quarantine zone ahead of the 2021 spring hatch. With this addition, the quarantine for this invasive pest is now at 34 counties. “The Spotted Lanternfly is

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Lackawanna County Conservation District Board of Directors-2021 Meeting Dates

The Board of Directors for the Lackawanna County Conservation District have published their scheduled meetings for 2021. Meetings will be held at 12:30pm on the fourth Thursday of each month. The November and December meetings will be held on the

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Lackawanna County Conservation District operating information following the “State of Emergency” issued by Lackawanna County regarding the Coronavirus (Covid-19) and SARS CoV2: The public should be cognizant that the District office will remain open, but by appointment only and with

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Agriculture Department Warns Consumers to Report Unsolicited, Mislabeled Seeds Received by Mail

The Lackawanna County Conservation District has received guidance from the PA Department of Agriculture for the reporting and handling of seeds received from China. Review the full guidance document HERE.

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