To guide the locally led process with urban and rural harmony, for the protection of soil and water resources
through education and technical assistance, creating a quality environment.
The Lenawee Conservation District will hold its Annual Meeting this month in lieu of our regular board meeting described below. Please join us on Friday August 18 at 6:00pm at Carpenter Farms, 2534 E US Highway 223, Adrian, MI 49221
The Lenawee Conservation District Board of Directors will meet on the third Monday of each month
at 7:00pm (April - November) or 5:00pm (December - March) at the LCD office located at 1100 Sutton Rd. Adrian, MI unless noted otherwise.
Michigan Conservation District History
Established in 1946, Lenawee Conservation District is an independent county level resource assisting residents, producers, and communities to help resolve natural resource concerns. The District is self-funded, serving the public with revenue obtained through an annual tree and shrub fundraiser sale, grants, and county appropriations.
Lenawee Conservation District works with a variety of other local, state, and federal agencies and organizations to accomplish greater results in conservation and protection of our local natural resources.