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Greg Kedzierski, bioengineering manager at Ernst Conservation Seeds, was recently named to the Native Pollinators in Agriculture Project’s speakers’ bureau. He joins five other nationally recognized professionals who share their expertise with groups interested in the role native pollinators play in production agriculture.
Archived press releases (click each item's PDF link to view release):
March 30, 2013
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) recently purchased live plant materials from Ernst Conservation Seeds of Meadville, Pa., as part of a comprehensive, multi-agency effort to restore habitat and save the New England cottontail – a lesser-known species similar in appearance to the more common eastern cottontail.
- Saving Peter Cottontail: Native Seed Producer Supplies U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Efforts to Save Endangered New England Cottontail (186.52 KB)
March 6, 2013
Ernst Conservation Seeds hosted approximately 100 members of the Pennsylvania Holstein Association as they toured three farm operations in northwestern Pennsylvania Friday, March 1.
February 19, 2013
Ernst Conservation Seeds produces and markets more than 400 native and naturalized seed varieties for use in wetland establishment/reclamation, wildlife food plots, erosion prevention and landscape beautification to customers throughout the eastern United States and Canada.