About NYACD

Written by on November 2, 2016 in About with 0 Comments

screen-shot-2016-11-02-at-9-50-41-amNYACD is Celebrating its 70th year in 2017!

Mission Statement
The New York Association of Conservation Districts unifies the Directors of local Soil and Water Conservation Districts statewide, and serves as a platform for relationships, networking, advocacy, training, and education.

Vision Statement
The New York Association of Conservation Districts, Inc. provides leadership in the wise use of soil, water, and related natural resources. This direction is provided through programs that support member Soil and Water Conservation Districts’ scientific and marketing/outreach programs and that encourage networking and building alliances with outside groups that have related interests.

Brief History
In 1947, the New York Association of Conservation Districts was formed to represent Soil and Water Conservation Districts and voice their concerns and needs in regards to natural resource conservation at the state and federal levels. Incorporated in 1958, the New York Association of Conservation Districts, Inc. (NYACD) provides education and information on conservation, orderly development and wise use of the state’s natural resources. The Association, a non-governmental, non-partisan, volunteer organization, represents the county Soil and Water Conservation Districts. NYACD implements programs that encourage proactive, cooperative alliances with others to promote environmental stewardship and sustainability. Consistent with our dedication to natural resource management, NYACD provides advocacy and representation of our members at the state, regional and national levels.

Who We Are
Click this link to find more information about NYACD 

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