The Pike County Conservation District has produced videos and video series so that you can watch some of our programs from home.
Pike County Conservation District Video Series:
BMP Field Tour Series
In the summer of 2018 PCCD hosted a field tour of local stormwater management projects in Pike County.
These projects showed what the Best Management Practices (BMPs) for stormwater look like and how they contribute to better management.
Ways to Help Your Lake Stay Healthy Webinar Series
In the summer of 2019, to help residents protect local water resources, PCCD hosted a virtual series titled “How your Backyard Activities Affect Your Lake.”
Each program has information essential for home and property owners in Pike County.
Pike Wayne Conservation Partnership River Sojourn
This is the first installment in our Conservation Hour video series.
Take a trip with us down the Delaware River, learn about how to collect macroinvertebrates, and learn more about nature on the river.
What is Killing My Tree?
Garrett Beers, Service Forester with the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, tells us What's Wrong with Your Tree.
Learn about the insects, illnesses, and other issues that could befall the trees on your property!
Introduction to Leaf Pack Network Webinar
Introductory webinar from Tara Muenz, Assistant Director of Education and Leaf Pack Network Administrator at Stroud Water Research Center. In the summer of 2021, Pike County Conservation District will be conducting a Leaf Pack Network Exploration.
To find out what that means, and how to participate, watch this introductory webinar!
Japanese Knotweed 101
This instructional webinar is to educate homeowners and landowners on how to rid their property of the invasive species, Japanese Knotweed.
Vincent Cotrone from Penn State Extension gives instruction including manual removal and chemical control as well as a schedule for when to carry out this control on your property!
Wetlands provide habitat for wildlife, filter water, and can act like a sponge to limit flooding.
Protect wetlands by not damaging the flow of water. This can mean not placing soil or fill in wetlands and not digging in them to redirect water.