Upcoming Events

Tue Apr 18 @10:00am - 12:30pm
Wetlands and Tile Drain Workshop in the NEK
Sat Apr 22 @ 2:00pm - 03:30pm
Growing black walnuts in the Northeast Kingdom

 


 

 

 

 

 

Vermont Conservation Districts

  • Identify local resource needs
  • Recruit the resources to meet those needs by working with partners, funding sources and volunteers
  • Have locally elected volunteers who serve as the governing bodies of the Districts

 


 

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Who We Are

The Vermont Association of Conservation Districts (VACD) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization established in 1995 formed to conduct educational, scientific, charitable work concerning conservation, maintenance, improvement and development and use of land, soil, water, trees, vegetation, fish and wildlife and other natural resources in Vermont.

The voting members of the association  are the 14 Natural Resource Conservation Districts (NRCDs) in the State of Vermont.  Conservation Distrists were established in 1939 as under the Soil and Conservation Act # 246.  Please see the Districts tab of this website for a complete listing of Districts for more information about them and their programs.

The VACD Board of Directors consists of one member from each Natural Resource Conservation District.  Officers of VACD are President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary and are elected for two year terms.  They perform customary duties of these offices in other organizations.

The Executive Committee is made up of the Officers and the Immediate Past VACD President.  The Committee holds meetings  monthly or more often to conduct necessary policy development, budgets, business oversight and review of programs and activities of VACD.   

The Executive Director is responsible for strategy, planning, communications and operational managment of VACD membership activities and technical programs.

Please see the VACD Staff tab on the left for a complete listing and contact information.