Seneca Conservation District has established a top of the line educational program that offers many environmental related programs available for educational purposes for grades K-12, while striving to teach our youth about the importance and value of our soil and water resources.
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SERVICES & LINKS
- Educators with classroom instruction, presentations & education trunks/materials on specific natural resource and agricultural topics
- Educational tours at our outdoor learning lab known as Miller Conservation Farm
- Assistance to educators on grant applications for natural resource and agricultural education projects
- Educators with “Wild School” sites and fundraising
- Youth conservation trophies at the Seneca County Fair
- Two (2)$100 Conservation Camp scholarships to Seneca County students
- One (1) $500 academic scholarship to a Seneca County college student
- Three (3) conservation areas for public access — Miller Conservation Farm, Kelbley Wildlife Area & Red Fox Wildlife Area
Learn more in the links and our latest posts below.
- Learn more about our Educational Programs for 2013-2014
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.
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!
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!
Are you or someone you know attending college this fall? Apply for our SCD scholarship!
Have you heard the recent ‘buzz’ about the bee population?
The office will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday due to the Ohio Soil Health Symposium.