On February 15, the National Association of Conservation Districts recognized winners of its national service awards at the association’s 77th Annual Meeting in New Orleans.

Among the individuals recognized was Brian Sneeringer, an Agricultural Conservation Technician Supervisor with the Adams County Conservation District.  He was presented with the Distinguished Service Award, which “recognizes someone who has made significant contributions to the conservation of natural resources.”

NACD said of Sneeringer: “For over 30 years, Sneeringer has been a Conservation District leader in no-till and the implementation of conservation practices. His well-established reputation with the farm community allows him to have one-on-one discussions with local farmers, where he challenges them to think outside the box and try new and innovative techniques. He is an innovator, leader, mentor, and outstanding example of a high performing conservation professional.”



This post created by adapting releases from both PA Environment Digest and the National Association of Conservation Districts.