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​Calhoun Conservation District
Your Local Resource for Natural Resource Management


    Mission: to serve, educate, and empower our community by providing technical assistance and information to all landowners in all aspects of natural resource management. 


Calhoun Conservation District History & Goals

Calhoun Conservation District (CCD) was created in 1945 and has been a leading local conservation entity for 78 years. CCD partners with environmental and agricultural communities by coordinating conservation projects and programs throughout the Calhoun County and southwest Michigan. Serving as a local source for individual and community assistance in natural resource management and education, the CCD strives to provide services and programs to meet the needs of the community.   


Spring Tree Sale

April 21, 2023

The annual Spring Tree Sale was held on April 21st at the Calhoun County 

Fairgrounds. We had the largest tree seedling distribution ever!  Special thanks to the volunteers for their help to sort and package the tree seedlings this year. 



                         Thank you for supporting EARTH DAY by planting trees                                          in our city and country neighborhoods! 

Calhoun Conservation District accepting applications for District Manager

Call 269-781-4867, ext. 5 for more information.

See What's Happening in Conservation!

Calhoun Conservation District Winter Newsletter

Monthly Board Meetings
-Open to the Public-

Board of Directors Meeting

Tuesday, May 16, 202 at 5:00 p.m. 


For Information: Call (269) 781-4867 ext. 5

or e-mail:

 Meetings are held at the

Calhoun Conservation District Office

located within the USDA Service Building

13464 Preston Dr., Marshall, MI 49068

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