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Londonderry Township is a rural community located in the Southern end of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania between the towns of Elizabethtown and Middletown. Currently consisting of 5200 residents and over 75 small businesses, the rural appeal has been maintained between the rolling hills and farmland.

 

Londonderry Township Announcements

Posted Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Tri-County Farmer's Resource Meeting

Friday, March 3, 2017

Londonderry Township will host a Tri-County Farmer's Resource Meeting for all interested farmers on Friday, March 3 from 8:15am to 12:30pm at Sunset Golf Course, 2601 Sunset Drive, Middletown.  The meeting is free AND includes a complimentary BREAKFAST and LUNCH.

Farmers attending will receive 1 core and 1 category pesticide credit, hear about Pennsylvania's progress towards cleaner water, an overview of the Chesapeake Bay Plan compliance requirements, NRCS cost-share programs to aid in BMP implementation, and BMPs to aid in erosion and sediment control and associated funding.

This meeting is aimed to provide a complete understanding of the requirements for farmers affected by the Chesapeake Bay Plan while also connecting farmers to appropriate land conservation solutions and funding available to aid in their implementation.

Meeting collaborators include: Penn State Extension; Dauphin County Conservation District; Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), USDA Farm Service, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and Pheasants Forever.

This meeting includes breakfast and lunch.  Pre-registration is not required, however, you will be asked to register the day of the event.

A complete agenda in PDF format is available below.

If you have any questions or would like more information, contact Kelsey Schwenk at kschwenk@londonderrypa.org or 717.944.1803.

PDF Farmer's Resource Meeting Agenda (03.03.17)

Posted Tuesday, December 27, 2016

meeting dates 2017 revised

Posted Monday, November 21, 2016

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