Anoka Conservation District – Update

The Anoka Conservation District (ACD) provides technical and financial assistance to private landowners to manage natural resources in a way that conserves and improves soil and water resources. When established in 1946, ACD largely worked with agricultural producers but has since evolved to serve the changing demographics of the county. With very little agriculture remaining, ACD provides assistance to landowners on all sized properties and local governments to plan and implement wise resource management strategies.

The guiding mission and policies of the district are established by a board of five elected supervisors and implemented by a staff that ranges from seven to nine full and part time employees (more information about the staff and board of supervisors can be found in their respective sections).


2017 Anoka Water Almanac

This report summarizes water resources management and monitoring work done as a cooperative effort between the Anoka Conservation District (ACD) and a watershed district or watershed management organization. It includes information about lakes, streams, wetlands, precipitation, groundwater, and water quality improvement projects. The results of this work are presented on a watershed basis—this document serves as an annual report to each of the watershed organizations that have helped fund the work.


Savvy About Stormwater – Video Contest

The Anoka Conservations District Stormwater Video Contest is open to Anoka County residents/students in grades 7-12 and college students 21 and under. ACD wants your video to qualify for the contest, so please read the video requirements carefully.

Contact Emily Johnson with questions: emily.johnson@anokaswcd.org

Example of a stormwater video (from Greenville South Carolina)


File for Anoka Conservation District Board of Supervisors

Two Supervisor districts are up for election District 2 (Andover and Coon Rapids) and District 3 (Columbia Heights, Coon Rapids, Fridley and Spring Lake Park). The vacancies to the Anoka Conservation District Board of Supervisors will be filled at the next election November 6, 2018.
The quality of natural resources play an important role in Anoka County’y quality of life and economic vitality. Citizens interested in leading the Conservation District’s management efforts are encouraged to run for Supervisor. Being a supervisor is an opportunity for you to become involved in the management your community’s natural resources.

Interested parties must file May 22nd through June 5, 2018. Candidates will appear on the ballot for the general election on November 6, 2018. The candidates must live in their nominating district. Anoka County Elections and Voter Registration (763-323-1300) accepts candidate filing.

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