The Alcona Conservation District is a locally-elected, non-partisan entity of state government whose purpose is to promote wise land use decisions based upon the capability of the natural resources of Alcona County through technical assistance and education.
Michigan’s 75 Conservation Districts are the local providers of natural resource management services that help our citizens conserve their lands and our environment for a cleaner, healthier, economically stronger Michigan.
As local, special-purpose units of government, each Conservation District is governed by a locally elected, five-member Board of Directors. The guiding philosophy of Michigan Conservation Districts is that local people should make decisions on conservation issues at the local level, with technical assistance provided by government.
Alcona Middle Schoolers Study Water Quality, Wetlands and the Effects of Marine Debris