Anoka Conservation District

Citizens interested in leading efforts to protect and manage natural resources are encouraged to run for supervisor of their local soil and water conservation district. Two Anoka Conservation District Supervisor’s positions will be on the November 2014 ballot. The filing period is open from May 20 through June 3, 2014. This position is a four-year term and usually requires one to three meetings monthly for which a stipend is provided.

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Mary T. Inc.’s passionate care of the elderly and the disabled is deeply rooted in the local community. That passion and those roots have now extended to help preserve area riverbanks.

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The Anoka Conservation District offers a wide variety of trees and other native planting stock, including black cherry trees, mixed oak trees, red maple trees and white pine trees.

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