PA Statewide Conference on AMD and AMR - Atherton Hotel, State College, PA - August 2006


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Role of Conservation District Watershed Specialists


Jim Eckenrode
Watershed Specialist
Blair County Conservation District

Tom Davidock
County Natural Resource Specialist
Schuylkill County Conservation District


Completing watershed restoration work can often be a challenging venture.  One of the best ways to implement successful and sustainable projects is through the development of partnerships and relationships with other nonprofit, business and agency stakeholders.  One key contact that can assist you with your efforts is the Watershed Specialist at your County Conservation District.  Find out who your County Conservation District Watershed Specialist is, what they do, and how they can assist your organization with your watershed restoration projects.


Tom Davidock is the County Natural Resource Specialist with the Schuylkill Conservation District. Tom oversees the watershed specialist program and Coastal Nonpoint Pollution Program for the county. Tom received his Masters Degree in Environment and Community from Antioch University Seattle. Much of his work at the Conservation District deals with the abatement of Abandoned Mine Drainage (AMD).

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