Berkshire Conservation District

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Industry Agriculture
Occupation Conservation Organization
Location Pittsfield, MA, United States
Introduction The Berkshire Conservation District serves Berkshire County, MA in its mission to conserve natural resources in alliance with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service and other partner agencies and organizations. Authorized by State Statute, the conservation district was created to coordinate state and federal conservation programs at the local level. Berkshire Conservation District is a tax-exempt organization solely funded by private donations, grant funds, and the proceeds from plant sales and the sale of educational materials.

Berkshire Conservation District
78 Center Street, Suite 206
Pittsfield, MA 01201
(413) 443-1776 ext. 102

Current Board of Supervisors:
Adam Galambos, Chair
Ron Kujawski, Vice Chair
David Ellis, Treasurer
Donna Kittredge, Secretary
Ned Kirchner
Holly Aragi

Mike Balawender

Program Administrator:
Cynthia Grippaldi

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Interests Farming, Forestry, Soil, Agriculture, Community, Education, Awareness, Conservation, Wildlife, Water, Pollution, Climate Change, Climate Resiliency, Sustainability