Are you looking to buy a new computer for your district office? Searching for more detailed information on a specific topic? Ready to start a district website? Creating new stationery and need the "conservation c" logo? Planting a tree for the Olin Sims Living Legacy project? NACD can help meet these needs and many others through the resources we provide for conservation districts. Check back regularly for newly added resources!
Unlock the Secrets in the Soil
The resources in the soil health section of the NRCS website are designed to help visitors understand the basics and benefits of soil health – and to learn about Soil Health Management Systems from farmers who are using those systems.
Did You Know?
"Did You Know" is a monthly email containing interesting facts and anecdotes, compiled by NACD's District Operations and Member Services Committee.
Working with Conservation Districts: A Guide for Military Installations (PDF, 1.66MB)
This Primer is designed to help Department of Defense officials and military base commanders gain a better understanding of how conservation districts operate in making land-use and other natural resources decisions that may affect military operations, as well as to facilitate communications and potential collaboration among stakeholders on encroachment issues. The primer is part of a series designed in cooperation with DoD's Range Sustainment Initiative.
Designed with conservation district needs in mind, these guides provide helpful hints for district activities ranging from building an effective board to establishing effective relationships with lawmakers.
Computers for Districts
Computer workstations identical to those purchased under the USDA contract are available to conservation districts and RC&D Councils direct from the current USDA contractor. A new district computer purchased through the USDA contractor may be made CCE compatible and connected to the USDA network without cost to the district.
District Official Training Program Recognition
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.
Tree Planting: Olin Sims Living Legacy project
Is your district involved in community tree plantings? Participate in honoring past NACD President Olin Sims. Visit the page to see what other districts around the country have done to honor his legacy. Tree plaques are also available from the NACD Marketplace.
NACD has several reports and one-time publications available for district use on timely conservation related topics. Check them out today.
Many presentations originally created for NACD Annual Meeting breakout sessions, the annual Stewardship Week Program, Leadership conferences and other meetings and functions have lasting value to districts. Feel free to use these valuable tools as a reference or as a starting point for your own presentation.
The conservation C logo is available for district use in a variety of formats and file sizes. Download a logo today for use on district stationery, banners and plaques.
Sample Press Releases
NACD occasionally creates sample press releases for districts and state associations to customize and use in their newsletters or submit to their local newspapers. Download these sample press releases and customize to spread the word about district and association concerns and activities.