Conservation Districts are part of a nationwide grass roots organization made up of people that collectively promote the wise management of our natural resources for sustained use. There are 105Conservation Districts across Kansas, one for each county in Kansas. Each district is lead by a board of five supervisors that are locally elected. These supervisors are not paid for their service on the board.
Each conservation district has developed programs aimed to address priority concerns for their county. (Example) If you own land in Kansas, it is best to contact the district in the county you own the land. This will insure you the best in assistance and knowledge of local conditions.
To contact a Conservation District in Kansas, go to theKansas Association of Conservation Districts web site for up to date information: http://www.kacdnet.org/districts.html .