Fall/Winter 2020 Newsletter Volume 6, Issue 3

by | Jan 5, 2021 | News, Newsletters

Conservation Quarterly

A Welcome New Year…

I’m guessing many of us will be happy to see 2020 come to an end. It has been an interesting year. Our office, like many of you, found ourselves working in a very unusual environment and had to make changes very quickly. As difficult as it was at times, we strived to operate in a manner that would serve the residents of Northumberland County in the best way we could.

At the time that I am writing this, our office is closed to the public. We typically have one staff person in the office each day to collect mail and voice mail messages. The majority of our office is working remotely, but they can still be reached via email. If you have trouble reaching anyone, please reach out to me at jbecker@nccdpa.org or 570-898-3710. We are having discussions as to how we will move forward with events in 2021. I have received a few inquiries about our annual tree sale. If we do hold a sale, it will be on a much smaller scale. If you are not on our mailing list, please contact me to be added if you are interested. Everyone on the mailing list will be notified as to how we will proceed with the sale.

I am hopeful that 2021 brings more opportunities to interact with the public than we had in 2020. We do miss seeing you, but we also recognize the responsibility we have to keep our staff and members of the public safe. In the meantime, I do wish you a very happy and healthy New Year.

Judy Becker

Inside this issue

02. A Bid Farewell
03. NCCD Affiliates
04. Introducing New Technician
04. End of Mosquito Season Update
05. Why is the Water Orange?
06. Winter Spreading
07. Is Rainscaping the New Yard Trend?
10. Warrior Run NWQI Outreach
11. Making a Difference
11. Tire Collection Event

Advertisers
02. Hoffman Brothers Lumber Inc
03. Trumbull Corporation
10. KW Enterprises LLC

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