Fall 2016 Newsletter, Vol 2, Issue 4
Summer always seems to go so fast. Fortunately, fall presents a beautiful portrait that helps us take in the cooler, shorter days. Back to school also brings new opportunities for kids in the upcoming school year.
While our project season is calming down, there is always unfinished business to take care of. We are happy to have a new Agricultural Conservation Technician on staff (see page 2 for more information). She has already been busy working with the farming community on assisting with manure management and ag erosion and sedimentation plans. The rest of our staff are also busy handling matters that have to take a back seat during project season. There is never a shortage of things to do!
As you attend to your daily to-do’s, I hope you will take time to enjoy the tremendous display of foliage our area has to offer this time of year.
Have a happy and safe fall!
Inside this issue
02 – New Ag Technician
03 – AgLand Preservation
03 – Becoming a Conservation Ambassador
04 – Big Changes Along Brush Valley Road
09 – UGI Gas Pipeline
09 – Kayak Trip
10 – Northern Section of the CSVT
11 – Twilight Meeting
02 – KW Enterprises LLC
09 – Hoffman Brothers Lumber
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