The Clinton CD Board recently adopted a new Mission Statement to help quickly demonstrate our role in the community. The process of telling people what we do and demonstrating our role is ongoing and always evolving. From helping farmers through the USDA-NRCS application process, to holding tree sales and addressing water quality concerns, the Clinton CD strives to provide a multitude of services.
Provide information and technical assistance for Clinton County citizens to better understand, plan, manage, protect, and use natural resources.
Because conservation districts are funny, unknown entities to most people, we often also share a “What We Do” statement. The purpose of this statement is to give a bit of background about how we view conservation in our community. Here is our revised What We Do:
What We Do:
The Clinton Conservation District was established in 1954 to carry out programs for conservation and the wise use of natural resources for current and future generations at the local level by local people.
As always, please call or email us if you ever have any questions. We try our best to point you in the right direction, even if we cannot help!
Happy Holidays to you and your loved ones!
— Clinton CD Staff