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SCD Seeks Agricultural Conservation Compliance Specialist

The Sussex Conservation District (SCD) seeks a compliance specialist who will be responsible for conducting on-farm inspections of agricultural water quality best management practices to ensure financial assistance programs compliance.  Knowledge of agricultural conservation practices and MS Excel experience is preferred.  A valid driver’s license is required.  Additional information and a complete job description is available at SCD Employment Opportunities.  Please send a resume to Director of Ag Programs, 21315 Berlin Road, Unit 4, Georgetown, DE 19947 or via email at scdemployment@state.de.us no later than May 25, 2016. 

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The Sussex Conservation District Cost-Share Sign-Ups will be starting June 13th for cover crops, tax ditch maintenance, and other water quality best management practices. For more information, give our office a call at (302) 856-3990 ext. 3.

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Can Delaware's efforts to improve water quality in the Chesapeake Bay offer ideas for other states and watersheds?
Take a look at this feature from WTOL in Toledo.
How Delaware is helping to clean the Chesapeake Bay.