Virtual Exhibit Hall
Pennsylvania Association of Conservation Districts
The Pennsylvania Association of Conservation Districts, Inc.
(PACD) works to enhance locally-led efforts that support the wise use of the state’s natural resources. The PACD primarily serves as the collective voice for Pennsylvania’s 66 county conservation districts. Over the years the Association has played an integral part in shaping the modern conservation district by providing advocacy, education and training, program coordination and facilitation to districts and their constituents.
Building for Tomorrow hosted the second annual Conservation District Video Awards presentation
to recognize excellence in district-produced content in 2021 at a Staff Conference session.
Eighteen submissions were received and scored by a panel of judges on the basis of production value, presentation, and overall messaging. The awards program featured clips from eight finalist entries, and awards were presented to the highest-scoring videos in each of three categories, plus an overall runner-up.
1st Place High Score & Winner of the General Public Category:
NatureWorks Park Riparian Buffer – Blair County Conservation District
K-12 Educational Category Winner:
From Seed to Market – Wayne County Conservation District
The PACD has an earned reputation for being able to effectively tackle new challenges. The Association works side-by-side with private organizations, business and industry partners, and many federal and state agencies. Through a statewide network, the PACD leadership supports a multitude of locally-led conservation efforts and stands ready to address future issues.