The Jefferson Conservation District Board of Directors meet the first Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm at the District Office.
Welcome to the Jefferson County Conservation District!
Dirt & Gravel Road Program
Environmental Education
E & S Control
Special Projects
Water Protection
Design Aids
Resources & Links
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Need to contact us?
Deborah Wilson, District Manager
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Melissa Buck, Administrative Assistant
Shaun Wessell, District Technician
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Megan Whitlatch, ACT/ Nutrient
              Management Specialist
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Carl Johnson, Resource Technician
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Grace Pesselato, Watershed Specialist
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The District keeps "Banquet" bird seed in stock all year. This is mixture of 55% sunflower, Red & White Millet , Safflower & Peanut pieces.
Do you enjoy watching birds?

Would you be interested in buying bird seed?
A 35 lb. bag is $21.00. Stop by the office and give it a try. Your birds will be happy you did.
The sale of this bird seed benefits our Environmental Education Program!
Upcoming Events
Calendar of Events
Municipal Info
Gas Usage Reports
Township Information

This website was designed and is maintained by Melissa Buck of the Jefferson Conservation District.
The District Office is located on Route 28, 1/4 mile North of Exit 81 (Hazen) of I-80.  Our office hours are 8am - 4pm, Monday through Friday.
Need to contact us?  Our mailing address is: 1514 Route 28, Brookville, PA 15825.  Phone: (814) 849 - 7463    Fax: (814) 849 - 0825

Our Mission:
To preserve natural resources and protect/promote the health, safety and general welfare of the people of Jefferson County and to provide technical services to improve resource management for the benefit of farmers and urban residents.
Ag Newsletter - Spring Edition
District News
About Us
60th Anniversary
70th Anniversary
Our Mission
District Photos - Past and Present
Dirt, Gravel and Low Volume Roads
ATTENTION eligible municipalities!  It is time to think about your DGLVR projects for 2017.  Applications are being received by the District until May 24, 2017.  For more information and an application, click here.
Soil Health Workshop for Vegetable Producers
Attention Vegetable Producers! 
On May 3rd from 9:30 am - 3:00 pm at Clarion River Organics in Sligo, there will be an informative workshop for vegetable producers.  Learn about No-till Vegetable Strategies, No-till Planter Setup, and Cover Crop Selection.  Click here to learn more.
2016 DGLVR Projects
Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP) Workshop
A CREP Workshop was held on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm at the District Office.  Fourteen participants learned about the benefits of CREP and Riparian Forest Buffers.  Participants learned about the safe use of herbicides and how to identify noxious and invasive weeds.  Find out more here!
Dirt, Gravel and Low Volume Roads Workshop
ATTENTION Municipal Officials and Roadworkers!
Join us on Thursday, May 4, 2017 (9am - noon) for a Dirt, Gravel and Low Volume Roads Workshop.  Learn how to evaluate a road for problems.  See before and after photos of projects completed in 2016.  Register now!
April 2017
   4 - CREP Workshop, District Office
   6 - Board of Director's Meeting, 7 pm 
 14 - Good Friday, Office Closed
 16 - Happy Easter!
 19 - Earth Day Event, Penn State DuBois
 21 - Earth Day Event, Cook Forest 
 22 - Earth Day
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May 2017
   2 - Tri-County Envirothon, Brookville
   3 - Soil Health Workshop for Vegetable Producers, Sligo
   4 - DGLVR Workshop, 9am-Noon, Fairgrounds
   4 - Board of Director's Meeting, 7 pm 
 11-12 - Progressive Agriculture Safety Days
 15 - Brockway Field Day, Clear Creek
 18 - 4th & 5th Grade Envirothon, Reynoldsville
 24 - Dirt, Gravel & Low Volume Road Applications due
 29 - Memorial Day, Office Closed
June 2017
    1 - Board of Director's Meeting, 7 pm 
  10 - Youth Field Day
  24 - Laurel Festival Parade, Brookville
Earth Day Event!
The District participated in an Earth Day Event at Penn State DuBois.  Grace Pesselato and Megan Whitlatch showed participants how they can help protect the environment.  Find out more about this event here.
Conservation District Week is April 24 - 30!
Did you know that each county in Pennsylvania has a conservation district office except Philadelphia? These offices have volunteer directors and staff who focus on local conservation issues. These are your neighbors who are working to ensure there is enough clean water. They also make sure we have healthy soil for the future. That is something to celebrate!