NACD is pleased to offer a print-on-demand solution to districts wishing to print high quality Stewardship and Education Materials from NACD. As many of you know, we have updated the way these materials are made available to districts by offering them for free electronic download on our website for districts to either print in-house or through a local printer.
As an alternative to having to find and vet your own local print shop, NACD has arranged a service through Goetz Printing to offer an easy to use on-demand solution for districts to still get our high quality materials while bypassing the need to find your own printer. Goetz has provided an online storefront with our materials and is providing more competitive and cost-effective pricing than some districts have been able to find locally.
NACD’s Spring Fly-In went with well over 150 conservation district leaders advocating forNACD’s priorities on Capitol Hill! NACD held educational issue briefings for legislative staff discussing soil health and wildfire management. The fly-in continued with a legislative breakfast providing orientation for NACD members in preparation for their Hill visits. Members were briefed on legislative priorities by NACD leaders and staff, and also heard the latest developments from key Congressional staff. The fly-in concluded with a Congressional reception sponsored by the National Watershed Coalition, U.S. Cattlemen’s Association, Society for Range Management and the National Conservation District Employees Association. Thank you to all who participated! We appreciate all you do with NACD!