Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Pike Conservation District Receives Grant To Help Homeowners Understand Water General Permits

Pike County Conservation District received $1,000 to develop an educational brochure that will include a step-by-step guide to help homeowners better understand the process of completing the most common General Permits: GP #2 for Small Docks and GP #3 for Streambank Stabilization.
“This grant funding will allow the conservation district staff to reduce pollution in our communities. Working together, we can all do our part to ensure there is enough clean water for future generations,” said PCCD Executive Director Michele Long.
Education and outreach about the project is expected to begin this fall. The district expects to have the project work begin no later than October 2018.
The grant was one of 26 awarded by the PA Association of Conservation Districts for water pollution reduction education projects.
For more information on technical assistance, funding, programs and upcoming events, visit the Pike County Conservation District website.
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