Kansas Association of Conservation Districts

The Kansas Association of Conservation Districts is a voluntary, nongovernmental, nonprofit, incorporated organization that was established in 1944, two years before the National Association of Conservation Districts was formed. Its members are the conservation districts located in the state’s 105 counties. The KACD Board of Directors is composed of five elected members, each of whom represents one of five geographical areas of the state.

Throughout its history, KACD has helped forge key partnerships among federal, state, and local entities all committed to a common goal: wise and efficient conservation practices to protect the state’s natural resources. These partnerships spanning more than six decades have been highly effective and mutually beneficial, allowing for shared space, equipment, and knowledge.

Mission Statement:To promote the establishment of and give support to programs designed to advance the conservation and orderly development of Kansas land, water, and related resources.


Contact Kansas Association of Conservation Districts


Contact Kansas Association of Conservation Districts

Dan Meyerhoff
Executive Director
414 Autumn Lane
Hays, Kansas  67601
Phone: (785) 650-1330
Fax: (785) 832-9494


 

Service Area

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  • Kansas