Pennsylvania Association of Conservation Districts

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2013-2014 NPS Mini-grant Projects

The 2013-2014 round of Nonpoint Source Pollution Mini-Grant program funded 22 projects. The projects were funded by the Pennsylvania Association of Conservation Districts, here Inc. through a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection under Section 319 of the Clean Water Act, administered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

County Project Title Grant Amount
Adams Municipal Pollution Prevention Workshops $2, prescription 000
Beaver Manure Management Plan Workshop $2,055
Berks Engaging the Public in Watershed Associations and Environmental Advisory Councils $2,000
Bucks Designing with Natives Implementation $1,321
Bucks Pond Management $1,598
Centre Stormwater Management in the Spring Creek Watershed $2,000
Clinton Soil Health and Early Establishment Cover Crops Demonstration $1,102
Columbia Conservation Education Opportunities, Services and Issues Brochure $2,000
Delaware Hands-on Nonpoint Source Pollution Prevention Planting Project and Training $1,830
Fulton Ag Winter Meeting $1,491
Juniata JCCD NPS Pollution Awareness Campaign $2,000
Lehigh Managing Stormwater to Reduce Non-Point Source Pollution in Your Community $2,500
Luzerne Restoration of Nockley’s Warm Water Fishery Tributary within the Solomon Creek Watershed, Hanover Township, Luzerne County, PA $855
McKean Improving Water Quality in McKean County $2,000
Northampton Mapping Your Watershed $1,467
Northumberland Twilight Meetings $1,900
Pike Know Your Watershed Address Campaign $2,000
Potter Educational Workshops $1,299
Snyder Penns Creek Watershed Ecology Day $1,200
Somerset Rain Garden $2,000
Tioga Tioga County Women in Agriculture $625
Westmoreland Forest Management for High-quality Water $1,955