Your District

You can improve the environment by getting involved with your local conservation district. Ask your local conservation district how you can help. Here are some things you could do:

  • Visit your local conservation district office to meet the staff and ask how you can help;
  • Attend a local conservation district board meeting to meet and network with like-minded people in your community;
  • Get on your conservation district’s mailing list to obtain news and information;
  • Volunteer to help plant trees on the next project;
  • Volunteer to help out in the office;
  • Attend conferences, workshops and other educational events to learn more about conservation and the environment;
  • Volunteer for an advisory or other committee;
  • Ask for information about what partner conservation organizations are doing locally;
  • Ask about volunteer internship programs;
  • Visit your conservation district’s website;
  • Donate money to help fund a local conservation project or activity;
  • Volunteer to help with a tree, plant or fish sale;
  • Donate your expertise (are you a scientist, an accountant, an engineer, or a talented writer?);
  • Volunteer to help with the local Envirothon;
  • Support a youth to attend summer conservation camp;
  • Attend a conservation tour in your county;
  • Contact your County Commissioner or state legislator and ask them to increase support for your conservation district; and
  • Volunteer to serve as an Associate Director or Director on your local conservation district board.

Find Your Local Conservation District today and ask how you can help.