The Merrimack County Conservation District (MCCD) was created in 1946. It is a political subdivision of the State of New Hampshire, RSA 432:12, with a 170 C 1 non-profit status under the IRS tax code. As a subdivision of the State of New Hampshire, conservation districts are a partnership of federal, state and local agencies interested in the wise use of natural resources.
MCCD is co-located with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, providing technical assistance to County landowners. The District elects a Board of Supervisors annually and Associate Supervisors are appointed by the Board. The District Supervisors and Associate Supervisors bring local contacts to the conservation process, representing local needs, and bringing technical expertise from the community to the District. MCCD is fortunate to have the support of the Merrimack County Commissioners and County Delegates who generously provide funding for the District Manager.
Not in Merrimack County? Here’s a list of NH’s nine other Conservation Districts:
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