MARSHALL SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT

 

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WHO WE ARE:

The Marshall Soil and Water Conservation District, a legal subdivision of state government, was organized June 22, 1945.  Five commissioners are elected in the general election and serve four-year terms.  Present commissioners are:

Troy Hibbs

Mark Hilleman

Kevin D. Holl

Steven J. Smith

Tracy Rosedale

Jefferson Township

Minerva Township

Vienna Township

LeGrand Township

Taylor Township

Current commissioners

   

Rosedale, Hibbs, Holl
Hilleman, Smith

WHERE WE ARE:

The District includes all of Marshall County, Iowa.                  Mapquest® Directions

map of Marshall County Iowa

 

WHAT WE DO:

Commissioners serve without pay as volunteer promoters of conservation in the county.  We are responsible for carrying out state laws and programs within district boundaries.  This includes:

                        -  Iowa’s sediment control law

                        -  Conservation cost-sharing through the Iowa Financial Incentive Program

                        -  Conservation revolving loan funds

                        -  Water quality protection projects

                        -  Resource Enhancement and Protection (REAP) program

We work in cooperation with other groups and agencies, including:

Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship

Division of Soil Conservation

Natural Resources Conservation Service

Farm Service Agency

Iowa State University Extension Service

Iowa Department of Natural Resources

Marshall County Board of Supervisors

Marshall County Conservation Board

Local committees to set priorities for environmental projects

Conservation Districts of Iowa

National Association of Conservation Districts

 

 

 

Last modified: 05/07/2014