The District is managed and directed by a five-member Board of Supervisors, each is elected
to serve a three-year term of office. Supervisors volunteer their time and
receive no monetary compensation for their leadership.
The SWCD staff are responsible for carrying out the
work of the District including offering conservation education and technical assistance
to landowners wishing to install conservation practices on their land.
The staff and Board are committed to working in the areas of animal waste
management, water management (drainage), erosion control, water quality
improvement, woodland and wildlife habitat improvement, and public education and