Working together for Local, Common Sense Conservation
As of 2021, MACD and SWCDM have merged under MACD. All of the programs and resources offered through SWCDM are now offered through MACD. We ask for your patience as we update the content of our websites throughout this merger process, and will maintain some aspects of the SWCDM website while we work on building the new MACD website.
A 501(c)4 organization. MACD supports Montana’s Conservation Districts through advocacy, partnership building, and more.
Programs and Resources
Working together for local, common sense conservation. We offer support for the 58 conservation districts across Montana.
About Conservation Districts
Conservation districts are governmental subdivisions of the state with broad responsibility to carry out programs that conserve soil and water, protect streams and rivers, and improve wildlife habitat.
News & Updates
This week in The Montana Conservationist: Letter from the Milk River Watershed AllianceHappy birthday and thank you to NRCS!Unity of Message, a letter to the conservation district community from Mark BostromThank…
On April 26th, 2021 the MACD Executive Committee met for discussion of topics including: Develop the next full Board Meeting agendaStanding Committee Activity and Assignments Full Meeting Minutes
On April 12th, 2021 the MACD Board met for discussion of topics including: Financial and Dues ReportsLeadership training and strategic planning for Spring BoardMerger UpdateEvents UpdatePartner ReportsCommittee Reports: Including a…
On March 24th, 2021 the MACD District Operations Committee met for discussion of topics including: Formation of a Communications Partnership and Outreach (CPO) Work GroupScholarship reviewResolutions discussionUpcoming TrainingReports on DNRC,…
Each year, MACD’s member districts are invited to craft and submit resolutions that will help direct the advocacy and policy work of the Association on specific natural resource issues. Through the resolution process, districts are able to provide the Association with direct input on natural resource topics of high interest or concern at the local, regional, state, and/or national level.
MACD has added resolutions from 2005 onward to this website. You can browse our resolutions library by clicking below.