Mifflin Conservation Districtlast updated: October 2011

The mission of the Mifflin County Conservation District is to conserve the county’s natural resources through coordinated and professional guidance, technical assistance, and education to the landowners, public agencies, and residents of Mifflin County.

The Mifflin County Conservation District was organized in 1956 as a legal subdivision of state and local government, under the authority of Act 217, to assist Mifflin County’s landowners with natural resource related concerns, and provide the technical and financial assistance to implement conservation practices on their land.  There are 66 conservation districts in Pennsylvania, representing every county except Philadelphia, and nearly 3000 nationwide, dedicated to conserving our soil and water resources.

From its origin as primarily an agricultural organization, the Mifflin County Conservation District has grown and diversified to become the primary contact for local natural resource concerns. The District provides assistance to citizens, landowners, organizations, agencies and local governments in critical land use decisions, water quality issues, nonpoint source pollution abatement, and other resource related areas. The Conservation District is managed by a Board of Directors who know the county, its people, and the local conservation issues.

Through its various programs the Conservation District provides resource protection for the benefit of all of Mifflin County. These programs restore natural resources, reach out to citizens, provide technical assistance, and facilitate natural resource education.


Contact Mifflin Conservation District

Contact Mifflin Conservation District

Mike Stuck
Resource Conservation Specialist
20 Windmill Hill
Suite 4
Burnham, Pennsylvania  17009-1837
Phone: (717) 248-4695
Fax: (717) 248-6589


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Mifflin County, Pennsylvania

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