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Adam McClain

Watershed Specialist

Adams County Ag

HQ Phone:  (717) 337-9828

Direct Phone: (717) ***-**** ext. ***direct phone

Email: a***@***.us

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Adams County Ag

117 Baltimore Street

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania,17325

United States

Company Description

The Adams County Sheriffs Office (ASCO) is a service organization. Our primary mission is to service the Court of Common Pleas by providing security in its court rooms, serving its various warrants, writs, summons, subpoenas, complaints, and Protection of Abus... more

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National Park Service


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Leadership Committee | South Mountain Partnership

southmountainpartnership.org [cached]

Adam McClain - Adams County Alternate
Watershed Specialist Adam is the Watershed Specialist for the Adams County Conservation District. Born and raised in Fairfield, Adams County, Adam grew up working on local farms. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Pennsylvania State University in Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences. He started his environmental career working for the National Park Service and an environmental consulting firm. Since 2007, he has worked for the County Conservation District as the Watershed Specialist in Cumberland Co (07-09) and Adams Co (09-Current). His primary responsibilities include administering and assisting with projects that improve the overall quality and quantity of water resources in Adams County. These projects vary based on the community's needs but common projects include installing agricultural or stormwater best management practice, planting riparian buffers, assisting local municipalities and watershed groups, and educating the community on local water issues. He enjoys spending his spare time outdoors with family and friends.


Watershed Alliance of Adams County board of directors

www.adamswatersheds.org [cached]

Director- Adam McClain
Adam is the Watershed Specialist for the Adams County Conservation District. He has a degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences from Penn State. Adam is a member of the Adams County Water Resources Advisory Committe. He also worked for the National Park Service and the Cumberland County Conservation District.


www.eveningsun.com

Anyone interested in participating should contact Watershed Specialist Adam McClain, Adams County Conservation District, 670 Old Harrisburg Road, Suite 201, Gettysburg, 17325; by phone at 717-334-0636 extension 344 or by email at amcclain@adamscounty.us


Watershed Alliance of Adams County Home Page

www.adamswatersheds.org [cached]

Pictured above is one group that built rain barrels with Adam McClain, WAAC Vice President.
April 18, 2011 - Adams County Conservation District's Watershed Specialist, Adam McClain, teaches students about wetland, vernal pools, and how difficult it is to clean water once it is polluted.


www.eveningsun.com

Adams County Conservation District watershed specialist Adam McClain said he will look for points of bank erosion, lack of buffers and see if there is any runoff or septic leaks, and make note of any potential pollution sources along Tom's Creek.
Tom's Creek is one of the few high-quality cold-water fisheries in the county, and it's Advertisement important to protect the water source, McClain said.


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