Westmoreland Conservation District
Awards Presentations & Open House/Reception
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
6:00 p.m.– 8:00 p.m.
2014 Award Presentations
Penn State Cooperative Extension’s new outdoor pavilion, located between the District’s barn and Donohoe Center.
Farmer of the Year – Barbara and David McMillan, Stillwaters Farm
J. Roy Houston Conservation Partnership Award – Adam Eidemiller, Inc.
Hall of Honor – Dorothy Stoner
6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
J. Roy Houston Conservation Center
Sample local food and drinks; visit “Martha’s Milkhouse,” a traveling dairy museum; see the District’s new natural-gas-powered vehicles; and learn about plans for expanding the Conservation Center.
This year’s Awards Presentations and Open House/Reception are sponsored by Peoples Natural Gas Co.
Look for invitations and registration information in mid-August.
Clean Natural Gas Vehicles
Clean natural gas may soon be powering one or more of the Westmoreland Conservation District¹s fleet vehicles, thanks to an arrangement with Peoples Natural Gas.
Standing next to a new natural gas vehicle are: (l-r) Westmoreland Conservation District Manager/CEO Greg Phillips, and Peoples Natural Gas representatives Lutitia Clipper, manager, Natural Gas Vehicles Business Development and Barry Kukovich, manager, Communications and Community Affairs.
New DEP Secretary Abruzzo (center) visited the Westmoreland Conservation District recently and got a firsthand look at conservation efforts in our area – including the wetland treatment ponds at St. Vincent.
Pictured with the secretary are (l-r): District Board Chair Ron Rohall, District Manager/CEO Greg Phillips, and DEP Deputy Secretary Kelly Heffner.
Enjoy this 2014 Issue of the New Landmarks
Featuring local Conservation Champions and Big Changes at “The Barn”
Click on the image above for a PDF
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