Who Makes up the District Board?
The seven elected board officials are local citizens just like you! They might be your child’s teacher, a local farmer, or even your next door neighbor. These community members are dedicated individuals working to promote the wise use and management of today’s resources.
What Does the Board Do?
The Board of Supervisors directs the District financially, and with annual work plans each year. Board members, like District staff, work directly with landowners, local, state, and federal agencies to promote the wise use of Nez Perce County’s natural resources.
Elected board members serve four-year terms as non-paid elected officials that are reimbursed for expenses related to District activities. Board members meet on the third Thursday of each month to discuss conservation priorities and other District business. Board meetings are held at various locations within the county. Meetings are open to the public and landowners are encouraged to attend.