1st Movie Night, Great Success
On Thursday Night, March 15th, the conservation district held its first movie night featuring "Centralia: Pennsylvania’s Lost Town". 44 guests attended the event to learn more about the tragedy of Centralia. It was a great night and we look forward to offering more events like this in the future. Our education events are possible because of fundraisers we offer such as our annual seedling sale. Please check out our seedling sale page and feel free to leave comments through our website, Facebook page, or contact us directly to let us know what kind of events you would like to see. Thank you all for coming out to our movie night and making it such a success, we look forward to seeing you at more of our upcoming events. To see our future events that are scheduled check our Calendar Page.
To provide people with information and assistance for making decisions in the conservation management of natural resource by providing quality services
Our District Vision:
A dynamic and innovative team dedicated to providing quality leadership, education, and service for the stewardship and conservation of Sullivan County's natural resources.
"I give my pledge as an American to save and faithfully defend from waste the natural resources of my country - its soil and minerals, its forests, waters and wildlife."
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