Welcome to Plymouth County Conservation District (PCCD)
Thanks for stopping at the conservation home page for Plymouth County. Over 50 years old and still going strong, The Plymouth County Conservation District was established by state legislation in 1942 in order to bring USDA conservation help to farmers. Today, as then, the Conservation District is a local environmental agency dedicated to wise land use and conservation of natural resources.
The District raises most of its' operational revenue through annual fund raising programs and grants. Browse through our brochures for our Tree & Shrub Sale in the early spring and Bulb Sale in late summer. PCCD uses the proceeds to provide various conservation and educational programs, some of which are listed below, along with conservation workshops throughout the year. Money raised goes right back into the county!
The Plymouth District is managed by a seven member volunteer Board of Supervisors, who are elected to 3 year terms on a rotating basis. Any landowner or occupier in Plymouth County is eligible to serve on the board or as a non-voting Associate Member. We are always looking for interested people. Our monthly meetings take place at the USDA Building, 15 Cranberry Highway, West Wareham, MA, 02576, every 2nd Wednesday of the month at 7:30 pm, in the conference room.