CRAWFORD COUNTY — The Crawford Soil and Water Conservation District nominating committee is searching for qualified candidates who are interested in serving on their board of supervisors. Supervisors are public officials responsible to the people of Crawford County. They serve in a voluntary capacity and are responsible for directing the activities, programs, and financial resources of the Crawford Soil and Water Conservation District.
Supervisors should have an interest in conserving our natural resources and agricultural conservation.
Candidates must be a minimum of 18 years of age, reside in Crawford County and they should be available to attend twelve monthly meetings.
This year, two (2) Crawford SWCD supervisors will be elected to a three-year term of office commencing January 1, 2023. The terms of current supervisors Nathan Brause and Ben Stuckey expire on December 31, 2022.
Contact the SWCD office at 419-562-8280 extension 3 for more information if you are interested in serving in this vital role for directing Crawford County’s natural resource efforts.