Enhancing Montcalm County's natural resources through conservation education, outreach and partnerships.
The Montcalm Conservation District & the Montcalm County Solid Waste Committee are offering a free tire and electronic collection for Montcalm County residents. Saturday, September 19th 9:00 a.m. - Noon at the Mid-Michigan District Health Department, 615 North State St., Stanton.
The Mid-Michigan United Sportsman’s Alliance (MMUSA) and the Montcalm Conservation District invite you to attend a CANDIDATE FORUM on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. The event begins at 6:00 PM at the Sidney Township Park, located just north of Sidney. Republican Pat Outman and Democrat Karen Garvey, 70th District State Representative candidates will respond to conservation-oriented questions. Moderator for the event is Michigan United Conservation Clubs Executive Director, Amy Trotter. Plan to join us for what is sure to be an engaging discussion! This is an outdoor event; please dress accordingly and bring your own lawn chair. In the event of inclement weather, the forum will be cancelled. All public health guidelines in effect will be adhered to. Follow the Montcalm Conservation District Facebook page and watch for updates there or call 989-831-4212 ext. 5 for additional information. The candidates look forward to a great evening of informative discussion.
Aerial mosquito treatment to contain the spread of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) has been planned for Wednesday September 16th. 6 sites will be sprayed in Montcalm County. If you have any questions you can visit the Mid-Michigan District Health Department Facebook page or call the State of Michigan EEE hotline at 1-(888) 535-6136.
Recycling sites in Stanton, Lakeview, Carson City, Edmore and Crystal are open. The sites continue to be very busy. Please be mindful of the bin capacities and do not overfill or leave materials on the ground. Your help in keeping the sites litter free is very beneficial to the recycling program!
The Montcalm Conservation District office staff continues to work remotely in accordance with the State 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.