Welcome to the 2017 Envirothon Season. Our Annual Envirothon Coaches Meetings are scheduled for mid-November. Coaches and schools should be receiving Meeting Invitations, Registration Forms and Open House Flyers soon. All coaches are required to fill out a Registration Form for their age-appropriate meeting and return it to the District. All materials necessary for starting your 2017 Season will be available at our meetings. For more information, please see the forms below.
Manure Management Manual Workshop – Tuesday, December 13th, 2016. Please register through Penn State Extension at 717-840-7408. The workshop will be held from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm in room #1 of the District Annex.
THANK YOU to all the participants at our 9th Annual Clay Shoot Envirothon Fundraiser at Central Penn Sporting Clays on September 16. We had a record number of shooters and officially kicked off our 2017 Envirothon Season with a record number of sponsors. Congratulations to team North Mountain – winners of our High Score Team Traveling Trophy. Mick Wertz, from the same team, won the High Score Youth Award, and Becky Tressler, from team Byrnes, won High Score Ladies Award. Madison Wolfe from Kennard Dale High School – and member of her school’s Senior High Envirothon team, won our Novice Award. The gun raffle for a Mossberg Silver Reserve II shotgun was won by Phil Rohrbaugh.
Congratulations to our 2016 Conservation Award Recipients.
DO YOU OWN LIVESTOCK, HORSES, POULTRY, etc. or MANAGE A FARM? We are here to help you follow the Pennsylvania Clean Streams Law
Who are we?
The York County Conservation District is the county government office devoted to assisting residents with their natural resource and environmental concerns.
The District was founded in 1938 when 554 farmers signed a petition requesting assistance for protecting the natural resources of York County. Today, we not only assist farmers, but also all county residents, by promoting the maintenance, improvement and wise use of land, water, soil and other related natural resources within the County. We accomplish this mission through educational programs and the administration of laws and regulations for the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture and the State Conservation Commission.
Sixty six of Pennsylvania’s sixty seven counties have a Conservation District office responsible for advocating natural resource conservation. Since the beginning, the office has been directed by a board of citizens concerned about our County, State and Country. That local leadership continues today as we seek to work with landowners and our state and federal partners to protect and preserve York County’s natural resources
The York County Conservation District is committed to the improvement and protection of our environment and the wise use of our County’s diverse natural resources.
To achieve that vision, The York County Conservation District will be proactive providing conservation education, technical services, and financial assistance, in order to enable the citizens of York County be good stewards of our natural resources.
Serving our County, Conserving our resources, Preserving our environment.
Check Acceptance Policy – By using a check for payment for any product or service provided by the York County Conservation District you agree to the following terms: In the event your check is dishonored or returned for any reason, you authorize us to electronically (or by paper draft) re-present the check to your bank account for collection of the amount, plus any applicable fees as permitted by state law.