Montana Association of Conservation Districts

Montana is supported by 58 conservation districts that address general natural resource issues.  Conservation districts have an extensive history of conserving our state's resources by helping local producers match their needs with technical and financial resources, thereby getting improved conservation practices on the ground to benefit all of Montana.



MACD created in 1942, is the conservation districts' private, nonprofit association.  MACD is governed by a statewide board of district supervisors.  They serve as a collective voice for policy and legislation that affect each conservation district, work with state agencies and legislature to help direct natural resource policy, and are an important clearinghouse for and between districts.  MACD also raises public awareness of conservation districts' current activities.

Visit the MACD website: www.macdnet.org