Grant Amount: $112,022 (GG) Boggs Township - Clearfield County Conservation District.
What does CCCD stand for?
CCCD stands for Clearfield County Conservation District
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- Certificate in Childcare and Development (Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Open University; India)
- Cervical Curve Correction Device
- Cheshire County Conservation District (Walpole, NH; est. 1945)
- Child Centred Community Development
- Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
- Christian Caribbean Center for the Deaf
- Circuit Català de Cinema Digital (Catalan: Catalan Circuit of Digital Cinema; Spain)
- Citizens' Commission on Constitutional Development (Hong Kong)
- Classic Cadillac Club Deutschland (German car club)
- Classic Corvette Club Denmark (automobile club)
- Cleveland City Country Dancers (Ohio)
- Coast Community College District
- Colorado Center for Community Development (Denver, CO)
- Colorado Construction Career Days (high school program; Denver, CO)
- Columbia County Conservation District (Bloomsburg, PA)
- Combating Childhood Communicable Diseases (various organizations)
- Commission on Climate Change and Development (Sweden)
- Competence Center for Circuit Design (est. 1998; Lund University; Sweden)
- Connecticut Center for Child Development, Inc. (Milford, CT; est. 1995)
- Consortium for Community College Development (now Center for Community College Development; University of Michigan; est. 1986)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Clearfield County Conservation District -- $1,400 for startup funds for a new watershed group's efforts to do work on Deer Creek and help restore the West Branch of the Susquehanna River.
Clearfield Clearfield County Conservation District - $49,977 to clean up Long Run, a tributary to Clearfield Creek, which is a major tributary to the West Branch of the Susquehanna River.
Orner first was appointed to the Clearfield County Conservation district as an associate director in 1984, and then in 1988 was appointed as a district director.
In addition to local residents, the volunteers were comprised of members of the following groups: Trout Unlimited, Clearfield Area JayCees, Clearfield County Conservation District, Mountain Rescue, Pine Township Supervisors, Moshannon State Forest personnel and PA CleanWays staff.