As a locally controlled governmental subdivision of the state, the Barry Conservation District is governed by a citizen-elected board of five Directors. The Board of Directors is charged to assess natural resources within the District, develop a plan of action to address natural resource issues, and employ staff to implement this plan through education, programs, projects, and technical assistance provided to District landowners. Directors are elected to four-year terms, meet publicly each much to conduct business, public annual reports and hold annual meetings.

For more information, visit the Barry Conservation District website.

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