Protecting the County’s Natural Resources

The Bucks County Conservation District works to educate and help people and the community take care of the natural resources in Bucks County including soil, water, wildlife, trees and other plants. Using natural resources wisely helps to ensure their availability well into the future.

Highlights

Volunteers Needed - Spotted Lantern Fly Sticky Banding

Volunteers needed to fight the Spotted Lanternfly (SLF) by placing sticky bands on Ailanthus altissima (Tree-of-Heaven).

Penn State Extension, Bucks County, 215-345-3283

1282 Almshouse Road, Neshaminy Manor Center, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 18901-2896

The banding kits for volunteers should be available in your selected Penn State county Extension office starting Monday, April 23, 2018. Please call the office before you come to pick up your kit to make sure it is reserved for you.

Click HERE  and HERE for more information

Timber Harvest E&S Plan Templates

A new Timber Harvest E&S Plan guidance, Application, PPC plan, and Inspection report are now available. Visti our Projects Over One Acre page to download these forms in a WORD format. 

Updated BCCD Fee Schedule and Forms for 2018

Please be aware that as of January 1, 2018 the BCCD has a new E&S application form and fee schedule. To download the updated application, please click here.  

DEP Form Updates

The PA DEP has updated Notice of Termination forms and instructions. The BCCD has updated all forms found on our Permitting Documents Pages. To visit the DEP elibrary, follow the instructions below. 

www.dep.pa.gov/constructionstormwater , then select E&S Resources, followed by Notice of Termination Form, which will take you to the eLibrary

After March 30th, only submittals of the most current forms are to be accepted.

Also, a document titled “Five Scenarios for Instrument Filing” has been posted to our external website.  Visit www.dep.pa.gov/constructionstormwater, then select E&S Resources, and look for the last link under “Guidance.”  

 

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