NACD RELEASES 2018 ANNUAL REPORT
Today, NACD released the organization’s 2018 Annual Report. The report encompasses a recap of all of NACD’s events and successes over the past year. This edition includes a farewell address from NACD Immediate Past President Brent Van Dyke in addition to outlooks for the year ahead provided by President Tim Palmer and CEO Jeremy Peters.
In addition to membership details and financial statements, this year’s annual report contains a Boots on the Ground section that showcases all of the unique programs and initiatives NACD implemented in 2018 to serve districts and promote locally-led conservation across the country. The report also incorporates highlights from each region as well as a bio and outlook from each region representative. Lastly, readers will find an NACD in Action section for an at-a-glance perspective on NACD’s successes and the ways the organization is improving the conservation delivery system.
Read the latest edition by clicking the photo above orbrowse past editions on our website. If you have any questions or comments about this year’s report, or ideas for the spring edition of The Resource, please let us know. All conservation districts, state and territory associations and Friends of NACD will receive a printed, bound copy of the 2018 Annual Report in the coming weeks.
About the National Association of Conservation Districts:
The National Association of Conservation Districts is the non-profit organization that represents the nation’s 3,000 conservation districts, their state and territory associations, and the 17,000 men and women who serve on their governing boards. For more than 70 years, local conservation districts have worked with cooperating landowners and managers of private working lands to help them plan and apply effective conservation practices. For more information about NACD, visit: www.nacdnet.org.