NACD’s District Officials State Training Recognition Program, established in the spring of 2010, recognizes states that have developed and implemented a statewide district official training program.
To be recognized under the program, states must apply and self-assess that their state training program for district officials meets at least 50 percent of the minimum training elements. NACD’s District Operations and Member Services Committee reviews all applications. State training programs meeting the requirements are then recognized during the next NACD Annual Meeting. To be considered for recognition, please fill out this checklist. If you have questions, please contact Phylis Vandevere.
Links to each state’s training information are available below as examples for others in developing or improving their district official training program. Please visit the National Association of State Conservation Agencies’ District Training webpage for more information. If you’d like to contact your state officials about developing a program, click here.
The following states have been recognized under the program (shown on the map below in blue):