Environmental enrichment activities in Huntingdon County attracted funding for important agriculture/riparian buffers and Dirt & Gravel Road projects during 2021, reported Celina Seftas, Huntingdon County Conservation District manager.

During a recent district reorganization meeting, via Zoom, Seftas announced that grant money from federal and state funding sources brought in $231,750 for agriculture and riparian buffer enhancements. The district also received $354,750 in state monies earmarked for Dirt & Gravel/Low Volume Roads improvements.

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