The County Conservation Board meets every 3rd Tuesday of the month. Over the past 50 years, 27 citizens have served on the Board. Members serve without pay, donating thousands of hours to provide guidance to our conservation program. We are extremely fortunate to have a dedicated group willing to put in time to become informed on conservation issues and make the best decisions for our county.
The support of the Board of Supervisors over the past 50 years has also been crucial to our successful conservation efforts.