The Indiana County Conservation District administers a variety of programs to address many natural resource concerns throughout Indiana County. Our programs directly support agricultural producers, residents, developers, municipalities and other governments; among others. All of these programs contribute to a better quality of life for everyone who lives and works here.
Every year, the Indiana County Conservation District works with public road owners through the Dirt, Gravel, & Low Volume Roads (DGLVR) Maintenance Program. Across the Commonwealth...Learn More
Agriculture is a key cornerstone of the foundation of the District. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Indiana County has 951 farms that comprise a total of 148,288 acres...Learn More
A watershed is an area of land that drains into a common body of water. Everyone lives in a watershed! Indiana County has an abundance of flowing freshwater; however, much of it is plagued with pollution...Learn More
An economically important program at the District is permitting. Pennsylvania Chapter 105 (Water Obstruction & Encroachments) and Pennsylvania Chapter 102/National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) are...Learn More