Clearfield County Conservation District
Erosion and Sedimentation
Water Obstructions and Encroachments
Dirt and Gravel Road Program
Fishing Tackle Loaner Program
Annual Tree Sale 2020
Annual Awards Banquet
Agricultural Education Events
Conservation Day Camp
Parker Dam State Park
Thank you everyone for a wonderful week at Camp!
Be sure to check back often about updates on next year's camp.
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Follow up for our Campers!
If your child/or you had a great time at camp and want to do any of the activities we did at camp at home check out these links:
Natural Clothing Dyeing: We tie-dyed, but you can use these dyes on fabrics, paper and much more.Get creative with how you dye and enjoy.
Painting with Soils: Try this painting technique with other natural pigments like charcoal.
Identifying Macroinvertebrates: Key to identify Macroinvertbrates
Other Macroinvertebrate and water resources:
Growing Hydroponics in a Soda Bottle: You can grow all sorts of plants hydroponically. This website shows you how to get started at home.
Making Ice Cream in a Bag: This is the recipe we made at camp. Some campers were interested in chocolate ice cream. Just mix about a tablespoon of chocolate syrup into the mix instead of any vanilla.
Making pollinator seed bombs: This site gives many ways to make seed bombs. Why not try them all to see which works best.
. You can order native pollinator seeds at
Identifying Skulls: Here is the Skull Identification key from DCNR.
If you want to continue exploring the outdoors in Clearfield County here are some links to places you might enjoy exploring:
Parker Dam State Park:
Simon B. Elliott Park:
Bilger's Rocks Park:
DCNR's Find a Park Service:
Visit Clearfield County: This is a great resource with local events and outdoor activities.
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