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Contact Us

By mail and GPS directions:

3140 South State Route 100, Suite D
Tiffin, Ohio 44883

By Phone: (419) 447-7073

By Fax: (419) 447-0430

By General Email:

By Individual Staff Email: see below



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Seneca Conservation District
3140 South State Route 100, Suite D
Tiffin, OH 448833

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Seneca Conservation District Staff


dieschBeth Diesch – Outreach Coordinator

Serving Seneca County residents since 2000

If we don’t use our natural resources, we will be dead and if we don’t use our natural resources wisely we will be dead.  This simple, middle of the road, common sense approach to conservation is how I was born, raised, living and am now passing on to my children.  I have always enjoyed helping others, and this organization has been doing that since 1949, it is an honor to be a small part of the great work.  Outside of the office I am a farm wife, mother, cookie baker, Bible class teacher and am involved in my school and community events.  Bringing new ideas, enthusiasm, approaches and connections to conservation efforts at Seneca Conservation District is what I’m good at.



kirgisJason Kirgis – Technician

Serving Seneca County residents since 2008

A wise man once told me, “leave things better than you found them”.  I want to look around and know that I am making improvements, it’s important for me to improve things that surround me.  When I’m not at Seneca Conservation District I farm, mow lawns, build and remodel for co-workers, family and friends and find something, anything, and everything to do.  My calm, can-do attitude is the best asset that I bring to the office.  Anything and everything is possible with a little work, though it’s not worth getting excited about.




margrafBret Margraf – Ag Nutrient Technician

Serving Seneca County residents since 2000

To quote Franklin D. Roosevelt, “A nation that destroys its soil, destroys itself.”  The solution to many of our water quality issues starts with healthy soils. Soils that retain water will reduce erosion and nutrient loss, but most importantly will produce greater yields to feed a never-ending, growing population.  I like being part of the the solution and helping in my home area of the country.  When I’m not at work I am a father, farmer, coach and community member. My passion for promoting conservation farming is the skill I bring to Seneca Conservation District.  This is something I truly enjoy doing  and practice what I preach!




mizenDawn Mizen – Financial Coordinator

Serving Seneca County residents since 1997

Preserving the land for future generations is the reason I like conserving Seneca County’s natural resources.  When I’m not in the office, you will find me outside with my camera taking pictures of interesting things.  The skill that I add to the office is my ability to multi-task.  When the phone rings, someone walks in the door and the copier is jammed, all at the same time, I will help!





rumsChlagJoe Rumschlag – Ditch Maintenance Technician

Serving Seneca County since 1997

Being part of a great team and serving others  is what I value. At Seneca Conservation District, the  staff and board of supervisors have proven that service and teamwork are important to them. I’m happy to be working in natural resources with such a great group of people. Away from the office, I farm, have a wife and two children and enjoy coaching my son’s basketball team. Knowing (remembering and caring about) the people that live, farm and work in Seneca County is the skill I bring to the office. For the past 17 years, I’ve worked with many landowners and properties, applying that history and knowledge to helping in the years ahead is what I add to the team.


stuckyKendall Stucky – Manure Nutrient Technician

Serving Seneca County residents since 2008

I’ve always valued topsoil and working where I live. Conserving our natural resources is important because I want to live in Seneca County for many more years, and want the same for those after me. I farm 400 acres with my brother and own some racehorses. In spare time I like watching them race, travel and bike ride. My knowledge of nutrient needs and quick mental analysis allows me to help farmers utilize manure to its fullest economical and environmental benefits.



IMG_8365Kelly Schott – Wildlife/Education Specialist

Serving Seneca County residents since 2014

“There are some who can live without wild things and some who cannot.”  This quote from Aldo Leopold sums up my perspective in the importance of protecting our natural resources and wildlife that exists within it.  I am one who cannot live without wild things.  Most of our natural resources are renewable resources that when properly managed can be here for future generations to enjoy.  My husband and I have worked very hard to impress this upon our children and others through exposing them to hunting, fishing, and trapping.   As a family, we pride ourselves in the amount of time we spend together outdoors.  I am looking forward to educating the people of Seneca County about the importance of conservation and hopefully inspire them to spend more time exploring our natural resources.

 Board of Supervisors 


schimpfChris Schimpf – Chairman

Elected to serve, from Bloom Township, since 2007 State Director of  Area 1 of the Ohio Federation of Soil & Water (OFSWCD)  since 2009



steyerJoe Steyer – Vice President   

Elected to serve, from Pleasant Township, since 2010





fruthRoger Fruth – Secretary   

Elected to serve, from Hopewell Township, since 2012









Joe Kimmet – Fiscal Agent

Elected to serve, from Liberty Township, since 2011   


Eric Eberhard – Member

Elected to serve, from Thompson Township, since 2015



NRCS Staff


HawkMary Ann Hawk – District Conservationist



Becca Dominick – Resource Conservationist


Melissa Hanner – Resource Soil Conservation


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