Ottawa Conservation District

About Ottawa Conservation District

The Ottawa Conservation District is a locally controlled resource management District created by concerned landowners and administered by a publicly elected board of directors. It was organized as a local unit of State government on May 9th, 1938 under Michigan Law. The District provides local coordination for many State and Federal land and water management programs, cooperates with local government units to positively influence private land management decisions, and provides management assistance to landowners in Ottawa County.


Strike Team

May 2018 - August 2018 Grand Haven, MI
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