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 The Perry County Conservation District invites you to discover who we are… the only County level organization focused on local natural resource conservation and protection. We offer residents a variety of programs and assistance to encourage wise natural resource management. Whether you are a farmer, a woodlot owner, a homeowner, or a student you will find something here to assist you in protecting and restoring our natural environment and resources. 


Covid 19 Response Announcement

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Perry  County Conservation District will be operating under restricted procedures to protect the health and safety of our staff and the public.  As of March 18th our offices are closed to the public, however we are open for business to the extent allowable: responding to phone calls and emails, receiving plans, processing permits, and delivering no till drills. If you need to drop off documents in person, please contact us to arrange it.

Please note that the District has cancelled all of its scheduled workshops, cleanups and events except for the April 9, 2020 Tree Sale Order Pick Up and the April 13, 2020 Board meeting. Please check for event updates on this website's calendar page and the District Facebook Page.

For service please email and your email will be forwarded to the appropriate staff.  If you do not have access to e-mail, please use the About Us/Staff page for a staff directory with phone numbers. Please call the cell phone number where possible.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we strive to maintain service and reduce the risk of spreading the Covid 19 virus in Perry County.


Click Here to view our 2020 Winter Newsletter