The Beaver County Conservation District is local agency committed to preserving rural Beaver county's natural resources by providing educational and technical assistance to improve resource management.
Since its establishment, the District's role has grown to include a wide range of programming, including watershed and nutrient management and environmental education to students and residents of Beaver and surrounding counties.
The District is based in a beautiful 77-acre piece of land featuring wetlands and trails including an education center. The center's classroom can accommodate 45 students at a time and has computers and microscopes available to enhance learning. There are also modern restroom facilities, a water fountain and the attached porch with picnic tables is great for bird watching or eating lunch after a day of exploring the wetlands.
The office is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The trails are open daily during daylight hours.
Free, on-site parking is available in two lots.