Stories by Pam Smutney

Tactics for coping with invasive plants

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Have you ever given any thought to invasive plants and the damage they do to the environment? I know I had not until I attended a workshop held by a local soil and water conservation district. I had known that certain plants were not native to Ohio and had been planted for a variety of […]

The Dirt on Conservation: Time to award those who have conserved natural resources

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Over the next few months, soil and water conservation districts will be having their annual meetings and open houses. These events will showcase all the conservation activities within the district for the past year.

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About Pam

Pam Smutney is the district program administrator for Harrison Soil & Water Conservation District. Smutney was raised in Belmont County and received a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from the Ohio State University. Smutney has been working with Harrison Soil & Water Conservation District since November 2010. Contact Smutney at 740-942-8837 or e-mail psmutney@frontier.com.