The New Mexico Association of Conservation Districts is a private, not for profit association whose members are among the 48 Soil and Water Conservation Districts in New Mexico. NMACD provides support to the local Soil and Water Conservation Districts on state and national issues, working with the New Mexico Legislature, Congressional Delegations, and related governmental agencies. Assistance and coordination of training opportunities, funding opportunities, and information sharing, are part of the support provided to local Soil and Water Conservation Districts.
NMACD operates under a set of By-Laws that have been approved by the full membership. The By-Laws can be found by clicking on the 2013 NMACD Amended By-Laws.pdf file below.
NMACD at its Annual Conference in the Fall each year establishes Position Statements on issues of concern with its members. These Position Statements serve as direction for activities by the Board of Directors, member supervisors, and staff. Access the 2017 NMACD Position Statements by clicking on the 2017 NMACD Position Statements (Updated Farmington 2016).pdf file below. The three 2016 NMACD adopted Resolutions are also below.
Open the NMACD 2016 Annual Report by clicking on the .pdf file with the same name.