The Berkshire Conservation District provides
technical assistance and education on soil, water, and related
natural resources. Municipalities, farmers, and landowners use
this information to make proper land use decisions.
The Berkshire Conservation District is a not
for profit environmental educational organization which works
with the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) to protect
the soil and water of Berkshire County.
The Berkshire Conservation District office
is currently staffed part-time.
If you need to reach us,
please call (413) 443-1776 ext. 102 and leave a message
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact us for current monthly open meeting schedule or check our blog page
Feel free to join us.
The Berkshire Conservation District
78 Center Street Suite 206
Please consider donating to the
Adrian Meyer Scholarship Fund
Click here to read more about Adrian Meyer.
Or to donate by check, mail to:
Berkshire Conservation District
78 Center St., Suite 206
Pittsfield, MA 01201
Make checks payable to Berkshire Conservation District. Write
“Adrian Meyer scholarship” in the memo line.
Conservation District Seeks Grant Administrator
February 27, 2017 – Pittsfield, MA – The Berkshire Conservation District is seeking a part-time Program Administrator to administer grant funds and implement a work plan to help improve basic operations and secure long-term stability to improve its sustainability as an organization.
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