Manistee Conservation District: Working for You
What is a conservation district?
A conservation district is a local level of government dedicated to developing locally-driven solutions to natural resource concerns. Across the United States there are nearly 3,000 conservation districts – almost one in every county.
Our conservation district has been serving Manistee County since 1945, connecting private landowners to numerous services, information, access to government programs and technical land-management assistance.
These are a few of the services the Manistee Conservation District provides
- Forest Outreach & Management
- Household Hazardous Waste Disposal
- Wetland Restoration
- Stream Monitoring
- Pollinator Information
- Erosion Control
- Invasive Species Control and Information
- Native Tree and Plant Sales Annually
- Groundwater monitoring and testing
- Watershed Coordination
- Reach out to communities and schools to teach the value of natural resources and encourage conservation efforts