Responsibility of the District Board of Directors
The District Board of Directors must be knowledgeable concerning local environmental problems, monitor conservation planning, promote compliance with environmental regulations, assign program priorities, supervise district staff, lobby for needed assistance, and coordinate activities of outside agencies with district projects.
More specifically, it is the district directorsí responsibility to plan and direct the district program, guide the districtís professional staff, coordinate the help of governing agencies, and serve as a community clearinghouse for information services and environmental program assistance. District directors are volunteers from all walks of life who understand their countyís unique natural features and concerns. They are leaders, decision makers, spokespersons, salespersons, and fellow district board members rely on them to be an active member of the team to represent people from the county as board decisions are made.