Working together for Local, Common Sense Conservation
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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
In this month's TMC: Meet Us at the Headwaters: The 2021 River RendezvousThe 70th Annual Ruby Valley CD BanquetResources for LandownersFire and Drought UpdateConservation In the NewsA Welcome to New…
On October 25th the MACD Executive Committee met to discuss the following items: Review of Draft Strategic Plan with Terry Profota, Strategic Planning ConsultantDevelop the next full Board Meeting agenda…
The MACD Board met on September 13th, to discuss topics including: Financial ReportDues DeadlineBoard Training with Terry ProfataArea MeetingsAnnual ConventionMotion to approve Resolution deadline to Sept 15thPartner ReportsNRCSDNRCResource Conservation Advisory…
On Sept 20th, 2021 the MACD Executive Committee met for discussion of topics including: Grant Funding ReportPrograms Update: Flathead Septic Maintenance Program, 319 Grants, AmeriCorps coordinator position Program Comm Minutes_09-21-21.docxDownload
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.