Lapeer Conservation District

We are so excited to celebrate Conservation District Day on Friday, July 17

with the recognition proclaimed by Governor Whitmer. 

click on this link for the official proclamation –




Lapeer Conservation District will continue to be closed for all “in-person” activities under Phase 4 of Governor Whitmer’s COVID-19 Recovery Plan, as well as USDA guidelines.   Any communication for the Lapeer Conservation District can be made by emailing and/or by leaving a voice mail at 810-664-0895 ext. 5.    We will be checking our messages daily and will get back with you as soon as possible.



Dates for the Lapeer Conservation District monthly board meetings are pending, based on COVID-19 social distancing restrictions in place at those times.  Should the District opt to conduct a meeting electronically, the date and time of the meeting will be posted in advance on along with detailed instructions by which the public may participate in the meeting remotely.  Check back to this website for updates or call 810-664-0895 ext.5 if you have questions.  

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                                                               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.

Our Mission Statement

Our mission is to deliver information and technical assistance through educational programs and professional services in order to conserve and enhance the natural resources of Lapeer County now and for future generations.


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