Reed looks back on a nearly 20-year career as conservation district manager

June 6, 2019by ncdea

PENNSYLVANIA, Clearfield County CD – Clearfield County Conservation District’s Manager Susan Reed is set to embark on a major life milestone.

When she closed her office door Friday, Reed wrapped up nearly 20 years of service as the overseer of the county’s environmental protection programs. Her official retirement date was Friday, May 31.

“I see so much of what has been done in almost 20 years but when you think in terms of the environment, 20 years is not that much, but we have seen amazing results,” Reed said noting passive treatment for abandoned mine drainage and clean waterways and improved highways through the Dirt and Gravel Roads program. “You can see the effects and that’s what makes the programs so worthwhile,” she added.

Source: Reed looks back on a nearly 20-year career as conservation district manager | News | theprogressnews.com

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