PATHFINDERS RC&D

Creating vibrant communities through rural economic development and natural resource conservation.


How Can Pathfinders Help You?

Pathfinders is a non-profit organization that works with local citizens to develop and implement projects and programs that benefit the local community.

Pathfinders projects and programs are tied to rural economic development and/or natural resource conservation. Our current activities relate to local food, small business development, abandoned strip mine land reclamation, watershed protection, trail formation and tourism development.

Pathfinders’ ongoing services include a full service forestry program, small business loan program, fiscal agent services, grant writing and grant administration. Contact our office to learn more!

Read an overview about the Pathfinders organization.

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NEWS AND EVENTS

Pathfinders RC&D Board Meeting
Monday, October 6
6:00 p.m.
Pathfinders RC&D Office
Historic Hills Byway Celebration Event
Thursday, October 16
6:00 p.m.
Bloomfield Methodist Church

$15/person

Join us for the 3rd annual byway celebration event--this year in Bloomfield!  The evening will including dining, live and silent auctions, and plenty of fellowship and celebration.  Anyone wanting to support the Byway are welcome to attend.

Contact Byway Coordinator Diana Seibert to learn more or purchase tickets.

Women Caring For the Land curriculum manual

Pathfinders RC&D assisted with development of two activities included in Women Food and Agriculture Network's Women Caring for the Land curriculum manual. The manual is designed to improve outreach to female non-operator landowners interested in conservation.

View curriculum manual

Download "Sowing Your Farm Quilt" activity photo pages (7.5 MB)