Applications now being accepted for the following position:
Lapeer Conservation District MAEAP Technician
The Lapeer Conservation District, located in Lapeer, Michigan is seeking a full-time Michigan Environmental Assurance Program (MAEAP) Technician. The MAEAP Technician is responsible for delivering on-farm technical assistance in Lapeer and Macomb Counties, Michigan. This includes conducting farm-specific risk assessments; coordinating local, state, and federal agency resources to help farmers reduce environmental risks; and assisting farmers in making progress toward MAEAP verification. The MAEAP Technician is also responsible for collaborating with Conservation District staff to promote MAEAP and educate diverse audiences on the importance of natural resource conservation in Lapeer and Macomb Counties.
A complete job decription is available in downloadable pdf format.
Application Deadline: 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 14, 2014. Please email a resume with a cover letter stating how your knowledge and skills make you a suitable candidate for this position, and a list of three references to: Mary Brown, District Manager, Lapeer Conservation District at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Office Location
We are now at our new location at 700 South Main Street, Suite 120-C in Lapeer (at the West end of
the Marketplace shopping center, corner of M-24 and Demille Street). Our new telephone number is
(810) 664-0895 ext. 5. Hours of operation: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm. Stop by and visit us at our new location!
You can also reach us by email at email@example.com.
Please continue to check our website for future updates.
The Lapeer Conservation District was organized in 1942 by a referendum vote
of the landowners of Lapeer County. Even though it is considered an entity of
state government, your local conservation district is locally led. A board of
five directors is elected by a vote of residents at the annual meeting in January.
The current directors are:
For over 70 years, the conservation district has worked with local landowners,
farmers, governmental agencies, and other organizations dealing with
environmental problems. We have programs to assist people with forestry, water
quality, and wildlife management concerns. We also have educational programs
that are presented to all fifth grade students in the
The district board meets at the District Office at 700 South Main Street, Suite 120-C.
Meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at
9:30 a.m. The public is encouraged to attend. Please check Events
Listing to verify the time, date, and location.