Lehigh Conservation District

A dynamic partnership of conservation professionals providing quality service to protect Lehigh County’s diverse natural resources through leadership, technical assistance, education, land protection, promotion of sustainable development, and protection of water and soil quality.

The District is funded by three major sources: county government, state government and user fees. Donations and fundraising activities help fund educational programs. The current board consists of three farmers and three public directors and one county commissioner. Directors, appointed by the County Executive, serve four-year terms, and meet monthly to set policy, hear progress reports, and plan the District’s work. The Pennsylvania State Conservation Commission guides them in their operations, and they belong to both the Pennsylvania Association of Conservation Districts and the National Association of Conservation Districts.

Contact Lehigh Conservation District

William Mcfadden
Acting District Manager
4184 Dorney Park Rd.
Lehigh County Ag. Center, Suite 102
Allentown, Pennsylvania  18104-5728
Phone: (610) 391-9583 X20
Fax: (610) 391-1131


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Lehigh County, Pennsylvania

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