Programs & Events

The Westmoreland Conservation District offers a wide variety of conservation education programs — hands-on workshops for adults, informative bus tours, the Envirothon competition for high school students, and continuing education workshops and seminars for professionals.

Upcoming Westmoreland Conservation Education Events

Contact the district at 724-837-5271 for more information about these events

A brown bag conservation lunch and learn series

The Westmoreland Conservation District invites you to learn about new products related to erosion and sediment control and stormwater management.

All programs will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the J. Roy Houston Conservation Center, 218 Donohoe Rd., Greensburg.  Participants will receive a certificate of attendance for erosion control and stormwater management training.

Tuesday, November 5: Representatives from Unilock will discuss how permeable interlocking concrete pavers are a great option for sustainable, stormwater solutions for streets, roads, parking lots, plazas, and sidewalks.
Tuesday, December 3: Representatives from JMD Company will discuss new products including ProGanics®DUAL™ – a combination product for soil building and erosion control that saves time in one hydraulic application and InstaTurf ShearForce erosion control turf reinforcement mats – a more cost-effective, vegetative alternative to riprap for stabilizing high flow drainage channels, down chutes, outfalls, and shorelines.

Pre-registration is requested on the Friday prior to each program.