Education is one of the most important components of the District’s operations. The District provides both adult and youth education which includes hosting manure management workshops, training for municipal officials on road maintenance practices, urban agriculture workshops, environmental workshops, and, most notably, the Junior and Senior County Envirothons.
Envirothon is an environmental competition to challenge county school students in aquatic ecology, forestry, soils and land use, wildlife, current environmental issues. Do you know the characteristics of a hydric soil? Could...Learn More
The Indiana County Conservation District offers educational programs throughout the year, covering a variety of conservation related topics, including our Turkey Talk and lessons on wildlife in....Learn More
ICCD is in the process of developing an Environmental Discovery Center. Future features include community gardens, pollinator meadows, rain gardens, interpretive trails, and a wildlife education feature. Until then, our Discovery Center features a 50-person capacity space for workshops, meetings and educational programs. If you are interested in using our space, please contact our office.Coming Soon
Our Online Learning Center will feature digital resources for further education on conservation related concepts. Soon, you'll find recorded workshops hosted by ICCD and links to other external online learning resources.Coming Soon
We've compiled a number of green learning resources all in one place, giving educators access to information on environmental topics ranging from Water Quality, Schoolyard Habitats, Forests, Biodiversity and more. To access the complete list of topics, click below.Green Teaching Resources
In addition to our Green Teaching resources, ICCD has compiled a list a Green Reads, perfect for anyone with an interest in environmental topics and nature. Here, you'll find a list of books, ranging from non-fiction memoirs and fictional tales to how-to's on gardening and beyond.Green Reading Resources