Middle Park Conservation District seeks new board member
January 12, 2010
The Middle Park Conservation District, which serves Grand and Summit Counties, has a board vacancy. The new board member would complete a four-year term that concludes in 2012 and would be eligible to serve additional terms of four years each.
This person would be the fifth of a five-member Board of Supervisors that meets the first Tuesday of each month, from 6-8 p.m. in Kremmling.
A prospective board member should be qualified in some or all of the following: Be a landowner in the district and a registered voter in the state of Colorado, have an interest and understanding of the need of natural resource conservation and a willingness to work for the interest of the district’s citizens.
Board members provide effective leadership for local landowners’ conservation needs, and benefit by learning about conservation issues and strategies, helping direct conservation efforts in the region, and forming partnerships with other conservation entities in the area.
The time commitment required is approximately 8 hours a month. All persons interested in serving in this position, should contact Bonnie Koblitz, District Manager at 724-3456.
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