"Protecting Soil & Water for Generations; not only today's generation but future generations."
"Protecting Soil & Water for Generations; not only today's generation but future generations."

Board Members

Kalamazoo Conservation District Board Members are highly-qualified, experienced and dedicated to the success of our district.  

KCD is looking for YOU! Would you like to be on our board?! - 

The Kalamazoo Conservation District Board of Directors has one position up for Appointment for the next year until our next election. Elections for all positions will be held at our 2019 Annual Meeting. Please contact the District at 269.775.3368 to obtain a copy of the nominating petition if you are interested in becoming a board member.

Chair - Ed Cagney



Vice Chair - Open Position

Treasurer - Todd Weinberg

Member - Mike Klooster

Member - Lynn Coville

If you are interested in becoming a Board of Director for the Kalamazoo Conservation District and are a resident of Kalamazoo County please contact KCD for a Nomination Petition.  At least 60 days prior to the District’s Annual Meeting (January/February meeting) candidates must file this Nomination Petition to run for the Conservation District Board. Petitions need be completed and returned to KCD's office at 5950 Portage Ave Suite B, Portage, MI before this time. Candidates are placed on a ballot and publicly elected at the District’s Annual Meeting.  Board of Director standard term length is four (4) years. For  more information on how a Board of Director participates please contact KCD.


If you are interested in getting involved but not on the KCD Board of Director's, please consider volunteering with us during our annual seedling sale or other events listed on our page. 


KCD Hours

Mon-Thu :

09:00 am - 04:00 pm

Because we are a field office and Fridays are field days, please call BEFORE you visit.

Phone: 269.775.3368

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