Across the United States, nearly 3,000 conservation district - almost
one in every county, are helping local people to conserve land, water, forests, wildlife and related natural resoures.
Known in various parts of the country as "soil and water conservation
districts, or "resource conservation districts, or natural resource district, or even land conservation committees",
they share a single mission: to coordinate assistance from all available sources - public, and private, local, state
and federal - in an effort to develop locally-driven solutions to natural resource concerns.
More than 17,000 citizens serve in elected or appointed positions on conservation
district governing boards. The districts work directly with millions of cooperating land managers nationwide to manage and
protect natural resources.
The Camas Soil
Conservation District board of supervisors and staff are:
Chairman - Steve Miller Vice-Chairman
Treasurer- Kevin Wear
Member Jerry Young
Administrative Assistant ad I&E -
The office is located at 403 Soldier Road (south door of Strickland
Realty building) in Fairfield, Idaho.
Phone (208) 764-3223 Fax: 764-3223