Seneca Conservation District has been a staple in the community serving Seneca County since 1949. Our knowledge and expertise in natural resources allows us to provide you with the resources you need to address the conservation issues of your home, backyard or residential community.
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- Tree planter, soil probes to rent
- Rain Barrels and Marking flags, for purchase
- Tile Camera for rent to inspect drain tile, sewer outlets or catch basins for condition/obstructions
- Historical aerial imagery of Seneca County with maps dating back to 1939
We Help with:
- Nutrient Management – proper lawn fertilization & mowing guidance
- Improving Soil Health – through gardening cover crops, composting or vermiculture
- Responsible Water Quality and Quantity Issues – from surface and subsurface runoff
- Protecting Wildlife Habitat – with food, water and shelter enhancements for all types of animals
- Conservation Education – resources tailored to adult and youth audiences in all mediums
- Investigations of wildlife damage and nuisance complaints
- Drainage and floodplain neighbor issues
- On-site consulting to attract (or deter) wildlife
- Sustainable living assistance
- Guidance to local officials to protect or restore natural resources
- Technical and educational presentations to small and large groups
- Seneca County Floodplain Management Program
- Seneca County Ditch Maintenance Program
- Three areas for public nature access throughout the year: Miller Conservation Farm, Kelbley Wildlife Area, and Red Fox Wildlife Area
The Seneca Conservation District recently hosted Leadership Seneca County for Ag & Natural Resources Day for farmers and companies of Seneca county.
Spring means baby animals! Many times people will find young animals alone and think that their mother “orphaned” them. What should you do?
In honor of John Muir’s birthday, the week’s “Your Weekly Schott of Conservation” is devoted to his actions for conservation.
This pesky weed is creeping into Ohio crops. Its resistance to certain herbicides makes very hard to get rid of. So, what do you need to know about Palmer amaranth?
Did you forget to order trees but would still like to get some from our tree sale? Or did you order trees and need to know hen to pick them up? Click here!
Check out Steve Groff’s article about when and how to terminate cover crops!
Check out the new and updated 2017 contractor and tiling list!
The winner of the Ohio Wetlands Habitat Stamp Design contest is Daniel Allard with a painting of ring-necked ducks.
Looking for an amazing opportunity to learn more about the outdoors and conservation? Check out the OHio Forestry and Wildlife Conservation Camp!