Null settling in at new position at conservation district

July 1, 2019by ncdea

PENNSYLVANIA, Clearfield County CD – William “Willie” Null, the new manager of the Clearfield County Conservation District, hopes to continue to expand community involvement in conservation.

Null takes over for longtime manager Susan Reed, who retired in May, and said he wants to expand on what Reed has done.

“Susan (Reed) was here for 19 years and she created an atmosphere that conservation is good and we are here to help,” Null said.

Source: Null settling in at new position at conservation district | Progress News |

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