The mission of the Lewis & Clark Conservation District is to provide leadership in the conservation and wise use of soil, water, and related resources.
Conservation Districts in Montana utilize locally-led and largely non-regulatory approaches to successfully address natural resource issues. CDs have a decades-long history of conserving our state’s resources by helping local people match their needs to available technical and financial resources, thereby getting good conservation practices on the ground to the benefit of all Montanans.
The Lewis & Clark Conservation District is a member of the Montana Association of Conservation Districts. This Association works as an information clearinghouse and also deals with state and national legislative issues that affect the Districts in Montana. For MACD’s latest newsletter, please check their website.
The Lewis & Clark Conservation District is located in Lewis & Clark County, Montana. Encompassing the southern portion of the East Front of the Rocky Mountains, forest in abundance and range and crop lands of the Montana plains, the District assists large and small acreage landowners with their management concerns.
Board of Supervisors
The Lewis & Clark Conservation District has an elected Board of Supervisors. In 1997, the District formally divided into seven supervisor areas with one Supervisor from each area.
The current Board of Supervisors consists of:
Chairman, Stan Frasier of the south Helena Valley; Vice Chair, Scott Blackman of the Craig area; members, Jeff Ryan of North Helena Valley, Ron Ingersoll of the Wolf Creek/Dearborn River area, Stephen Granzow of East Helena Valley, Jeanette Nordahl of the Lincoln Area and Sarah Howe-Cobb of the Augusta area.
The Helena Field Office for the Natural Resources Conservation Service has four staff members, John George, District Conservationist; Diane Fitzgerald, Soil Conservationist; Darcy Goodson, Soil Conservationist; and Jim Williams, Soil Con. Technician.
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