Are you interested in soil & water conservation? If so, we need YOU to become a Conservation District Supervisor!
Every county in the state of Georgia is part of a Conservation District. Some Districts consist of a single county, and some Districts consist of a group of counties. Each county in Georgia is represented by at least two Conservation District Supervisors, one elected and one appointed. District Supervisors are either elected for a four-year term or are appointed to a two-year term.
Our District Supervisors are State Government Officials. They volunteer their time to promote wise stewardship of natural resources throughout the community, in the school systems, and with local farmers and landowners.
If you are interested in becoming a District Supervisor, please CONTACT us!
THERE ARE CURRENTLY VACANCIES IN THE FOLLOWING DISTRICTS (YOU MUST BE A RESIDENT OF THE listed COUNTY TO serve):
Alapaha District: Clinch County Elected position
Brier Creek District:
Glascock County Elected position
Broad River District:
Hart County Elected position
Franklin County Appointed position
Coosa River District:
Polk County Elected position
Fulton County District: Appointed position
Limestone Valley District:
Murray County Appointed position
Whitfield County Appointed position
Lower Chattahoochee River District:
Lee County Appointed position
Stewart County Appointed position
Stewart County Elected position
Webster County Elected position
Schley County Elected position
McDuffie County District: Elected position
Ocmulgee River District:
Peach County Appointed position
Macon County Elected position
Ohoopee River District: Montgomery County Elected position
Piedmont District: Baldwin County Elected position
Rockdale County District: Appointed position
Satilla River District:
Camden County Appointed position