Tennessee Association of Conservation Districts

TACD was created by Districts for Districts and is governed by Tennessee's 95 Districts and the 475 men and women who serve on the District boards. TACD is officially registered as a not-for-profit corporation through the Tennessee Secretary of State. The association is divided into three divisions; East, Middle, and West Tennessee. Each division is divided into 3 areas. TACD's Articles of Association provide for Officers and Directors consisting of a President, a Vice President, a Secretary, a Treasurer, and a Council Member to the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD). Each Division has a Vice President and each Area has a Director and two Vice-Directors. TACD has an Executive Director hired as its consultant.

Mission
Helping Soil Conservation Districts conserve and enhance the natural resources of Tennessee through education, leadership and advocacy.

Objectives

  • To advance the programs of Soil Conservation Districts;
  • To promote the welfare of the people of Tennessee through the work of Soil Conservation Districts;
  • To develop citizen participation and leadership in the affairs of Soil Conservation Districts;
  • To encourage cooperation among Districts and Local, State and Federal agencies;
  • To promote education and information about soil and water conservation;
  • To encourage the exchange of information and promote cooperation among Districts;
  • To promote effective organization and management of Soil Conservation Districts; and
  • To develop and recommend legislative proposals as needed to promote and enhance the conservation of Tennessee's soil and water resources.


Contact Tennessee Association of Conservation Districts


Contact Tennessee Association of Conservation Districts

Danny Sells
325 Delmar Salts Road
Johnson City, Tennessee  37615
Phone: (423)477-3689


 

Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Tennessee