Enhancing Montcalm County's natural resources through conservation education, outreach and partnerships.
THE MONTCALM COUNTY TIRE & ELECTRONICS COLLECTION scheduled for June 6th at the village offices in Howard City has been cancelled. We are working to reschedule.
🌲Montcalm Conservation District tree distribution information... If you were contacted with information that some/all of your order would be available, the pick up date has been scheduled for WEDNESDAY, May 20th in the office parking lot at 77 South State St. Stanton; 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. We will adhere to all public health and social distancing mandates. Order fulfillment will be strictly drive through. Please stay in your vehicle; we will place your order in your trunk, truck bed, etc. We do not anticipate any extra trees/seedlings to be available, so no "shopping" opportunities exist. While this is a very different system, we are pleased to offer the opportunity to provide trees and seedlings for your conservation endeavors! Please be mindful of the traffic in the parking lot and know that we will expedite loading your order to every extent possible. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate through this most unusual and challenging time. Your support is truly appreciated! 🌲 You may contact us with questions/concerns through our website, Facebook message, by emailing the
District Manager, or by calling 989-831-4212 ext. 105.
Recycling sites in Stanton, Lakeview, Carson City, Edmore and Crystal will reopen on Tuesday, May 5th. After being closed for several weeks, we anticipate the sites will be very busy. Please be mindful of the bin capacities and do not overfill or leave materials on the ground. An extra bin dump is scheduled during the first week to help with the reopening activity.
The Montcalm Conservation District office staff continues to work remotely in accordance with the Shelter in Place public health mandates. Your understanding and continued support is sincerely appreciated! We look forward to continuing our work to support and enhance the natural resources of Montcalm County. Please watch our Facebook page and website for updates. If you need to get in touch with our staff, you can leave a message at (989) 831-4212, contact us by email or message us on Facebook.
The Montcalm Conservation District was organized in 1948 as a local unit of government to help solve soil and water problems. Technical assistance is provided by the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). The district’s programs are directed toward erosion control, efficient land use, maintaining soil productivity, water management and promoting a stewardship for the land.