Hillsdale Conservation District

Mission
The District was organized by the farmers of Hillsdale County for the purpose of promoting and directing a good soil and water conservation program on all the land in Hillsdale County.

 

As a local, special purpose unit of government, the Conservation District is governed by a locally elected five-member Board of Directors. The guiding philosophy of the Michigan Conservation Districts is that local people should make decisions on conservation issues at the local level, with technical assistance provided by government. The Conservation District
is the local provider of natural resource management services that help our citizens conserve their lands and our environment for a cleaner, healthier, economically stronger Michigan.
We assist in natural resource management for improved water quality, reduced soil erosion, farmland preservation, wetland preservation, wildlife habitat, clean air, energy conservation, and land beautification.

 

The residents of this county organized this District in order to address the concerns and problems through an action program in a cooperative manner. The District enlists the assistance of local, state, and/or national agencies in order to accomplish it's objectives.

 


Contact Hillsdale Conservation District


Contact Hillsdale Conservation District

Alyssa Blonde
District Manager
588 Olds Street
Bldg 2
Jonesville, Michigan  49250-9475
Phone: 517-849-9890
Fax: 855-781-2327


 

Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Hillsdale County, Michigan