Mississippi Association of Conservation Districts Inc. Updated:03/2021

What is MACD?

The Mississippi Association of Conservation Districts, Inc. (MACD), established in 1945, is a non-profit, non-governmental organization composed of the 82 Soil & Water Conservation Districts in Mississippi. MACD is governed by a thirty-one member Board of Directors and represents more than four hundred district commissioners throughout Mississippi.

MACD Vision Statement

Today, there is a Soil & Water Conservation District in every county in Mississippi. Among other things, these Districts' ongoing and future efforts are to:

  1. Implement farm conservation practices to keep soil in the fields and out of waterways.
  2. Conserve and restore wetlands and wildlife habitat.
  3. Protect groundwater resources
  4. Plant trees and other land cover to hold topsoil, purify the air, provide cover for wildlife, and beautify neighborhoods and public areas.
  5. Help developers and homeowners manage the land and water in an environmentally sensitive manner.
  6. Reach out to communities and schools to teach the value of natural resources and encourage conservation in generations to come.

Contact Mississippi Association of Conservation Districts Inc.

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Contact Mississippi Association of Conservation Districts Inc.

Melba Nipper
Secretary - Treasurer
P. O. Box 23005
Jackson, MS  39225
Phone: (601) 354-7645
Fax: (601) 354-6628

Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Mississippi