"I consider the soil conservation districts movement one of the most important developments in the whole history of agriculture."
-Hugh Hammond Bennett
Our quality of life is closely linked with the quality of natural resources. Our work is focused on protecting, improving, and enhancing natural resources and the environment. We work cooperatively with residents and landowners through the delivery of voluntary and non-regulatory programs, initiatives, and processes, by providing sound scientific knowledge, insight, and assistance.
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Manage Natural Resources
Reforestation & Afforestation projects - Contact us at 810.820.2681
Foster Environmental Stewardship
Fish Sales for pond stocking - Contact us at 810.820.2681
Help Create Sustainable Communities
Climate Change Adaptation promotions - Contact us at 810.820.2681
Learn About Board Governance
Michigan's Conservation Districts are locally controlled resource management agencies with oversight by the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development. Like other Michigan Conservation Districts, Genesee Conservation District is governed by a local, publicly-elected, five member board serving four year terms. For organizational continuity, Board Director elections are staggered.
Environmental/Agricultural Engineer - Genesee Conservation District is seeking an Engineer to plan and design conservation engineering practices addressing animal waste management, water management, farm resource management flood control, and wetland creation or restoration.
Education & Outreach Coordinator - Genesee Conservation District is seeking a Coordinator to deliver environmental education to youth and the general public as well as leading the implementation of the Gilkey Creek subwatershed survey project.