Bucks Conservation Districtlast updated: October 2008


The Bucks County Conservation District is a unit of state government and was authorized and formed by the Bucks County Board of Commissioners on April 24, 1961, under the provisions of the Conservation District Law, Act 217 of 1945, as amended. 


The Bucks County Conservation District mission is to provide for the wise use, management and development of the county's soil, water and related natural resources. This is accomplished with the cooperation of public agencies, private groups and individuals.


The Bucks County Conservation District works to help people and the community take care of the natural resources in Bucks County including soil, water, wildlife, trees and other plants. Using natural resources wisely helps to insure their availability well into the future.

Contact Bucks Conservation District

Contact Bucks Conservation District

Gretchen Schatschneider
District Manager
1456 Ferry Road
Suite 704
Doylestown, Pennsylvania  18901
Phone: (215) 345-7577
Fax: (215) 345-7584


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Bucks County, Pennsylvania

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