Interested in serving your local county as a soil and water district board member?
Soil and Water Conservation District board members approve cost-share conservation practice contracts, management of staff, education outreach, goals and priorities, and district financial management and oversight. You can help put conservation practices on the ground by becoming a board member.
Board members are elected by agricultural landowners in the county.
Elections are held every two years.
To qualify for office, a candidate shall:
- Be a land representative as defined in 10 CSR 70-4.010
- Be a cooperator of the Soil and Water Conservation District
- Reside in or own a farm lying in the same area where there is an expiring term
- Be 18 years of age or older by the election date
Contact your local soil and water conservation district for more information.