Enhancing Montcalm County's natural resources through conservation education, outreach and partnerships.

About

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. 

Montcalm Conservation District 
News

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!

 

Due to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services order, our staff is teleworking to protect our employees and slow the impact that COVID-19 is having on our community. At this time, we are not taking appointments and have canceled our events for November. We look forward to resuming a normal work schedule and assisting the residents of Montcalm County in the near future. 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

Mission Statement

Enhancing Montcalm County's natural resources through conservation education, outreach, and partnerships.

Montcalm Conservation District

77 South State Street

 Stanton, MI 48888

Office Hours:

Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 4:30pm

Contact:

(989) 831-4212