About The District
As our New Jersey communities continue to grow, we are faced with the challenge of conserving our natural resources at the same time that we consume them.
State funding for conservation incentives and installations is available through the New Jersey Department of Agriculture, State Soil Conservation Committee in cooperation with local soil conservation districts.
The Soil and Sediment Control Act of 1976 stipulates that any project proposing more than 5,000 square feet of soil disturbance must have a Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Plan certified by the local District to ensure that the project meets State Standards.
Courtesy Beechtree Farms, LLC, Hopewell NJ
MCSCD Board of Supervisors, left to right:
W. Scott Ellis (Chairman), Theodora Wang,
Ed DiPolvere (Treasurer), Lucia Huebner, Gary Mount (Vice Chairman)
|Photo above provided by MCSCD|
|Photo on homepage provided by USDA-NRCS|
The MCSCD uses the following professional services:
Auditor: Nightlinger, Colavita & Volpa, P.A.
Attorney: Lewis Goldshore, Esq.