“It is impossible to have a healthy and sound society without a proper respect for the soil.”


Healthy and productive soil supports food systems, wildlife, and human survival. Conservation Districts have a history of promoting soil conservation primarily by limiting wind and water erosion. Beyond erosion, we know that implementing soil health principles and systems such as keeping it covered and limiting disturbance increases organic matter and improves microbial activity. Applying these principles to your soil helps sequester carbon, increase water infiltration, and improve wildlife and pollinator habitat. For working lands, this often leads to greater yields and profits. In our community, healthy soil supports aesthetic natural features, wildlife habitat, and recreational benefits.     

-Peter Maurin

Board of Directors Meeting - March 10, 2021

  • Begins at 5:30 pm

  • Open to the public via Zoom by phone or online by following the instructions found on the About/Governance page of our website

  • Following SB 1246 and the MI Open Meetings Act, Board meetings are being held remotely for public health due to the pandemic. The meeting agenda can be viewed here. Members of the public may contact Angela Warren with questions,  concerns, or meeting access needs.

Genesee Conservation District

Office hours 8am-4:30pm


Closed federal holidays

Staff are working remotely at this time and may be contacted by email

Main: 1525 N. Elms Rd. 

Flint, MI 48532

Ph: 810.230.8766 x3

Urban: 336 W. First St.

Ste. 207

Flint, MI 48502

Ph: 810.820.2681

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