Defining a need…
In response to the Dust Bowl of the 1930s, Conservation Districts were formed across the United States. Each works locally and collaboratively on water and soil conservation projects and programs.
Since 1946, the New Hampshire Association of Conservation Districts (NHACD) has provided statewide coordination, representation, and leadership for Conservation Districts to conserve, protect, and promote responsible use of New Hampshire’s natural resources.
Formed to assist and support the Districts in carrying out their long-term programs and objectives, the NHACD Board of Directors is comprised of members from all ten counties. It facilitates the necessity and celebrates the success of local leaderships within the Districts and Association to achieve the common goal of sound soil and water conservation.
The New Hampshire Association of Conservation Districts works collaboratively with County Districts, federal, state, and local agencies, nonprofits, and other conservationists as a volunteer, tax-exempt, nonprofit organization.
About the NHACD
Bill Stockman, Carroll County
Art Lyford, Hillsborough County
1st Vice President
Dorn Cox, Rockingham County
2nd Vice President
David Grobe, Sullivan County
John Hodsdon Belknap County
Bert VonDohrmann, Coos County
John Baybutt, Cheshire County
Linda Brownson, Grafton County
Jack Parker, Hillsborough County
Robert Larocque, Merrimack Count
Bob Goodrich, Rockingham County
Kitty Miller, Strafford County
New Hampshire Association of Conservation Districts
Susan Kessler, NH Envirothon
Lisa Morin, Soil Competition
Richard Lutz, Executive Director