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
- Education materials and ideas on conservation for your classroom
- 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
- Conservation Camp scholarships
- Academic scholarships
- Mentoring/job shadowing experiences
- 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:
Put on your hats and gloves! Its almost time for the Christmas Bird Count!
The Seneca Conservation District will once again be holding a muzzleloader deer hunt. Apply by January 1st to be entered in a random drawing!
Join us for voting, holiday cookies and conservation planning for your farm, home or school’s needs in 2018. Learn more about the Board Candidates.
Are you interested in learning ANYTHING about woodlands? Join us at our Neighborhood Woodland Workshop!
The office will be closed on Thursday, November 23rd and Friday, November 25th for Thanksgiving.
Are you mobility impaired? Apply for our mobility impaired deer hunt at Miller Farm!
Do you want to learn how to attract or deter animals in your backyard? We can help you!
Are you a student part of a wildlife research project? Check out the Student Wildlife Research Symposium!
Looking for ways to teach conservation in your classroom? Teach soil health!