Dr William Kodrich, District Board Member and one of the founders of the PA Dirt & Gravel Road Program was awarded a lifetime achievement award from the Center for Dirt & Gravel Roads at the Annual Meeting held in October at Treasure Lake. As a Trout Unlimited member, Bill conducted the early road assessment survey in Clarion County that lead the way to state-wide funding of the program. Clarion Conservation District receives over $60,000 annually to award to townships for projects that reduce sediment loading to streams and improve dirt and gravel roads.
Gypsy moth suppression program. Presented by Tim Frontz, DCNR Western Area Forest Health Specialist. August 1, 2012
A public meeting will be held in Clarion on Weds Aug 1st, 7pm at the DCNR conference room on 2nd Ave to assess landowner interest in a spraying program. Aerial monitoring by the Divistion of Forest Pest Management will be completed by mid July to determine the threat of infestation in northwestern PA. Coordinator Tim Frontz will be available to give infestation data and answer questions.