Potter County is called ‘The Rooftop of Pennsylvania’ because of its elevation and three watersheds (Allegheny, Genesee, Susquehanna). The county lies in USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 5A & 5B making the growing season favorable to cool season vegetables, pasture & hay, small grains, livestock, dairy, and forestry products.
Conservation Districts nationwide are rooted in agriculture. The Potter County Conservation District strives to be a technical assistance provider to the local farming community. The District offers educational events, plan development services, and funding opportunities to local producers. Please contact our office for more information on how we may assist you (814) 274-8411 ext. 4.