At the request of PennFuture and its clients, PPL will not only make the large investments to stop the problem, but will pay the fines assessed by DEP directly to the Lancaster and York County Conservation Districts for measures to protect streams in the lower Susquehanna watershed.
What does CCD stand for?
CCD stands for County Conservation Districts
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We have 448 other meanings of CCD in our Acronym Attic
- Cooperative Collection Development (libraries)
- Corporate Communications Department
- Corporate Customer Database (AAFES)
- Corpus Callosum Division (neurology)
- Correspondence Control Division (White House)
- Cortical Collecting Duct
- Council of Canadians with Disabilities (Conseil des Canadiens avec Déficiences)
- Council of Chapters and Divisions (UN)
- Counseling and Career Development
- Counter Current Decantation (mineral processing)
- Courage the Cowardly Dog (cartoon show)
- Course Code Directory (Florida Department of Education)
- Creative Communications & Design (est. 2003; Macedonia, OH)
- Creative Compulsive Disorder
- Critically Controlled Document
- Cursor Controlled Device
- Customer Care Department
- Camouflage, Concealment, Deception & Obscurants
- Charge-Coupled Device Television (security technology)
- Core Component Disassembly/Reassembly Station
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Eligible applicants are counties, municipal authorities, municipalities, county conservation districts, watershed organizations, councils of government and other authorized organizations involved in the restoration and protection of Pennsylvania's air, land and water.
Schools, colleges, universities, county conservation districts, non-profit organizations, municipalities and businesses are eligible to apply for the grants, which will provide a maximum of $7,500 per applicant.
McGinty today announced the opening of the 2006 Environmental Education Grants Program to help schools, universities, nonprofit organizations and county conservation districts develop projects to increase environmental literacy among Pennsylvania's students.
53 million in funding this year is distributed among 61 county conservation districts.
The grants were awarded to schools, universities, nonprofit organizations and county conservation districts to create and develop projects that will help increase environmental literacy among Pennsylvanians.
The legislative study also recognized that DEP has stopped funding the efforts of county conservation districts in assisting applicants with permits under the Waterways and Encroachment Program.
The camp is intended to support technicians for county conservation districts, U.