Clinton County Conservation District Education Programs

Education has always been a historical and critical component of the Conservation District. Education occurs at all age levels and various groups. The Conservation District has a number of well established annual youth education events, but also reaches out to many of the adult population on various natural resource and environmental regulation topics.

Below are some of the education programs offered by the Conservation District. Please contact our office for more information on any of these programs.

  • High School Envirothon competition & study day
  • Conservation Summer Day Camp
  • Conservation-related displays and talks for special events
  • Conservation tours
  • Field trips for all ages
  • Public Forums & Workshops
  • 6th Grade Conservation Field Days
  • Poster Contest
  • Internships
  • Sponsorships & Scholarships
  • School booklets
  • Tree Seedlings to schools
  • Workshops for teachers & pre-service teachers

  • On Average the Conservation District reaches 4,000 – 5,000 individuals per year through education programs