North Dakota Association of Conservation Districtslast updated: January 2009


 

The purpose of the North Dakota Association of Soil Conservation Districts is to further the widespread application of sound and practical soil and water conservation practices in North Dakota.

Our Goal is to provide quality membership services and nursery products to carry out the soil conservation program of the soil conservation districts of North Dakota.
 

About NDASCD
The North Dakota Association of Soil Conservation Districts is a membership organization of the elected and appointed soil conservation district supervisors.
It was incorporated on February 8, 1952 under the provisions of the North Dakota Non Profit Corporation Act. It has a 501 ( C ) ( 5 ) Non Profit Agricultural Corporation designation from the Internal Revenue Service.

The purpose for which it was formed is to further the widespread application of sound and practical soil and water conservation practices in North Dakota.

The Association is governed by a 10 member Board of Directors.

The policy of the North Dakota Association of Soil Conservation Districts is determined by its members - the elected and appointed soil conservation district supervisors.

Proposed policy (referred to as Recommendations) can be initiated by a Soil Conservation District, an Area ( The State of North Dakota is divided into five Areas. Each Soil Conservation District is included in one Area. The Areas are Area I, Area II, Area III, Area IV and Area V), a Standing Committee or the Board of Directors.

 


Contact North Dakota Association of Conservation Districts


Contact North Dakota Association of Conservation Districts

Thomas Hanson
Executive Director
3310 University Drive
Bismarck, North Dakota  58504
Phone: (701) 223-8518
Fax: (701) 223-1291


 

Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Burleigh County, North Dakota


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