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2019 Seedling Sale

It’s time to think Spring!! The Conservation District is now taking orders for it’s annual Seedling Sale. We have an exciting mix of offerings this year including: fruit trees & plants, perennial flowers, ornamental trees, hardwoods, evergreens, and even a

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The Lackawanna County Conservation District has purchased a Stoltzfus Redhawk, 5 ton capacity, bulk material spreader to rent out to our agricultural community! Although the primary purpose of the machine is to apply agricultural lime, it can also be used

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APPLICATION PERIOD OPEN – Agricultural Best Management Practice (BMP) Program!!

The Lackawanna Conservation District is currently accepting applications for it’s Agricultural Best Management Practice (BMP) Program. Eligible BMP’s include both structural and crop related practices including but not limited to: roof runoff control, stream bank fencing, rotational grazing, manure stacking/storage,

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