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2024 Tire Collection Event

The Beaver County Conservation District's Mosquito Vector Disease Program is hosting a tire collection at the district office and environmental center April 13, 2024 from 9:00 AM - 1:00PM. Click on the flyer below for more detail. To register click the following link:

Pre-registration is REQUIRED!

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2024 Agricultural Workshop

Attention farmers! Beaver County Conservation District will be hosting a free spring 2024 agricultural workshop at our office 156 Cowpath Rd on Wednesday March 6, 2024 from 12-3:30pm. Free to attend, but registration is requested. 

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Upcoming Events

2024 BCCD Board Meetings



The Beaver County Conservation District regular monthly board meetings are held at 10:00 AM the 2nd Friday of each month unless it falls on a holiday, then it is the 3rd Friday of the month. The meeting is open to the public and if you would like to attend virtually, please contact the district for a Zoom link.

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Winter 2023 Newsletter

The Beaver County Conservation District has been certified as a Stewardship Forest. Jessica Pierce, DCNR Service Forester, recently presented the district with a sign noting this achievement. The Forest Stewardship Program is designed to promote wise use and sustained benefits of forest resources. To obtain this certification the district developed a Forest Management Plan to guide management of the forest resources at the Environmental Center grounds. The plan has four key goals which include:..

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Mission Statement

The Beaver County Conservation District provides leadership in natural resource management through outreach, education, and technical assistance.

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February is Pesticide Safety Education Month!!


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Level: Beginner


February is National Pesticide Safety Education month, and the Beaver County Conservation District West Nile Program would like to remind everyone to use pesticides responsibly and safely.  Homeowners use pesticides on their persons and property to help stay safe from mosquitoes, ticks, and other insects that can carry diseases.  So, this February, we would like to offer information related to pesticide use, storage, and disposal.  The following information is provided in cooperation with these various agencies, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PA DEP), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the National Pesticide Information Center (NPIC), and the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture.  

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Mosquitoes in Winter!

Mosquitoes are considered a nuisance by most people, but did you know they are the deadliest animal in the world? Mosquitoes are the vectors for diseases like Malaria, Dengue Fever, and West Nile Virus. It is important to understand the life cycle and habits of mosquitoes to reduce mosquito populations and reduce the risk for vector-borne diseases that mosquitoes can carry.


The Resource Enhancement and Protection (REAP) program is designed to enhance farm production and protect natural resources by enabling farmers, landowners, and businesses to earn Pennsylvania state income tax credits in exchange for implementing water quality "Best Management Practices" (BMPs).

The Commission will begin accepting 2023-24 REAP Applications on Monday, August 7th, 2023, on a first-come, first-served basis. Attached, you will find the new REAP Guidelines and Application packet. The REAP Guidelines and Application can also be found on the program’s webpage: PA Department of Agriculture - REAP Program

Contact the district agricultural conservationist Richard Voytko at 724-378-1701 x220 or via email at if you have any questions regarding the REAP program.  Follow this link for an informative video from a recent REAP workshop held by the district:

2022 Annual Report

Want to know what BCCD has accomplished in 2022? Check out our annual report to find out what we did last year! 

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