Lapeer Conservation District has adjusted our availability due to Governor Whitmer’s,
“Stay at Home Order” due to the COVID19 outbreak. Our office is closed for all
“in-person” activities until April 13 as directed by Governor Whitmer.
Any communication for the Lapeer Conservation District can be made, however, by
emailing us at email@example.com and/or leave a voice message at
810-664-0895 ext. 5 and we will get back with you. We will be checking our messages
Our 2020 Spring Tree Pickup will soon be here! Changes have been necessary to provide safety to our customers and our staff during this Covid-19 Crisis.
We will be co-coordinating the tree order pick-up with NEW delivery dates for the week of May 4th. To adhere to Governor Whitmer’s Executive Order and to follow state and CDC social distancing guidelines, we have decided to deliver your trees to you. We will be contacting you by email or phone (if you do not have an email). Logistics are continuing to be developed and we thank you for your support and patience in this matter.
We will contact you with the details of this new contingency plan during the last week in April.
We will NOT be selling forestry products such as fertilizer tabs, ecto root dip etc. as extras at delivery time. You will receive these products if you have already ordered them.
We thank you in advance for working with us and your willingness to co-operate and for your flexibility with the changes
Thank you for your support and patience as always,
Lapeer Conservation District Board
Mary Brown, District Manager
Working for you and conservation since 1942.
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.
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 county.
To learn about our programs and services go to the above tab Services and select.
The district board meets at the District Office at 700 South Main Street, Suite 120-C. Meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 8:00 a.m. The public is encouraged to attend. Please check Events Listing to verify the time, date, and location.
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