Cameron Conservation District

Conservation districts work to better the community as a whole. They help citizens identify available natural resources and establish plans for their wise use. Because conservation districts have established a solid network of available human resources, they frequently work cooperatively across county and state lines.

County conservation districts are efficient and effective. They work with private citizens, partner with state and federal government agencies and facilitate the work of many private organizations and other conservation districts. The Pennsylvania Association of Conservation Districts, Inc. provides the collective voice for conservation districts at the state and national level.

Conservation districts were initially established to promote the value of conserving soil and water to farmers. Today's districts have evolved; their areas of interest and expertise involve almost every area of natural resource conservation imaginable.

Contact Cameron Conservation District

Contact Cameron Conservation District

Todd Deluccia
District Manager
20 East Fifth Street
Room 105
Emporium, Pennsylvania  15834
Phone: (814) 486-2244 ext. 5


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Cameron County, Pennsylvania