Kelly Stagen named Secretary of the Pennsylvania Association of Conservation Districts Lords Valley resident is an art teacher at the Hemlock Farms Community Association
Kelly Stagen (Photo provided)
MILFORD — Kelly Stagen of Lords Valley, a member of the Pike County Conservation District Board of Directors, has been named Secretary of the Pennsylvania Association of Conservation Districts. Stagen, an artist and conservationist, also serves as Northeast Region Director for the Pike County Conservation District and is an Alternate Delegate for the National Association of Conservation Districts. Since 2017, she has served as executive director of the Hemlock Farms Conservancy. Stagen volunteers for the conservation district's Source Water Quality Monitoring Program, and is chair of Pike County's Quality Assurance Board for the Dirt, Gravel and Low Volume Roads Program. She is an art teacher and day camp supervisor in the Hemlock Farms Community Association Recreation Department. Previously, she taught art at Notre Dame Elementary School in Stroudsburg and St. Vincent School in Honesdale. Since 1991 Stagen has been a liturgical artist at St. Vincent de Paul Church in Dingmans Ferry, PA. She lives in Hemlock Farms with her husband, John.