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District Board Information

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.

 

Present District Board Supervisors
Steve Becker

Steve Becker
Chair


A sharp business professional and a passion for conservation and stewardship issues are required to lead the Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. Steve Becker, Chairman of the Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District, has a proven record of effective fundraising and leadership that brings funding to implement conservation projects throughout Nez Perce County. Since 2009, Steve has been a leader for our organization and has been an integral part of our community for many years as well as playing a key role in promoting many community organizations. He is currently the Idaho Association of Soil and Water Conservation District’s director from Division II (North Idaho) and the treasurer of the state-wide association of soil conservation districts. Further, Steve shares his knowledge and best practices with professionals in his industry and brings insight to the Board. Steve spends his free time with his wife, Nancy, caring for their two children Stephanie and Edward and working on his farm in the Genesee area.

Tracy Hill

Tracy Hill
Vice-Chair


Tracy Hill is the Vice Chairman for the District. He has been an elected board member since 2006 and an advocate for the Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District for more than 10 years. Tracy has participated in the North Idaho Animal Feeding Operations Committee (A five county committee administrating grant funds for livestock waste projects). He received an excellence award for his activities on this committee in 2012. Additionally, he participates in the Idaho Grain Producers organization. Tracy is a farm and ranch operator near Ruebens, Idaho. In his free time, Tracy enjoys being in the mountains.

Todd Wittman

Todd Wittman
Treasurer


After attending Lewis and Clark State College, Todd has farmed local land from the Tammany area to Craigmont since 1990. He also serves as District representative from the Tammany area for the Tammany Watershed Advisory Group. He has served on the District Board since 1994. Todd has served as chairman, vice-chair and treasurer throughout his tenure with the District. Todd produces cereal grains, legumes, and canola as well as livestock and timber in Nez Perce and Lewis counties, Idaho. Todd has seven children and is married to wife DeeAnn. He enjoys hunting and camping in his spare time. Todd Wittman is our Board Treasurer.

Dale Nichols

Dale Nichols


Dale has served on the Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District board since 2004. Dale has called Nez Perce County home for many years and brings his ranching and landowner experience to the Board. He is also contracted through a Nevada wildlife rehabilitation program and during winter months, spends time out of state with that project. In his free time, Dale enjoys fishing and being outdoors.

John Schwartz

John Schwartz


John joined the District Board in 2016. He holds a degree in Agricultural Systems Management from the University of Idaho. He farms ground in Culdesac, Craigmont, Reubens, and Ferdinand with his two brothers and father. John has two children and is married to wife Jeanette. In his free time John likes to fish, be on the water and in the wintertime he enjoys skiing.

Dave Troy

Dave Troy



Dave joined the District Board in 2010. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from the University of Idaho, and since 1991 he has worked in the insurance field and as agent at Troy Insurance out of Lewiston. Dave is busy with many local activities. He is currently Chairman of the Northwest Children’s Home and in the past has volunteered his time with the Lewiston Roundup, Kiwanis Club, and Rotary Club. He is married to wife Caroline and has four daughters. In his free time, Dave enjoys hunting and target shooting.

Clint Zenner

Clint Zenner


Clint joined the District Board in 2017. He holds a degree in Business Management from Lewis-Clark State College. He grew up on his father’s farm in Nez Perce, Idaho and in 2010 moved to Genesee and began farming his cousin’s land. Clint joined the board to try to help advertise and promote soil conservation in Nez Perce County. Clint has three children and is married to wife Alecia.

 

Additional Information about the District Board
 

Contact Us

Nez Perce
Soil and Water
Conservation District

Office Location:
27880 Chambers Road
Culdesac, ID 83524
(Map of Office Location)

Phone: (208) 843-2931
Fax: (208) 843-2234

E-mail NPSWCD

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 131
Culdesac, ID 83524

Office Hours:
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Monday-Thursday
or by appointment


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