NCDEA officers maintain open lines of communication with national leaders
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The NCDEA Network brings the knowledge and experience of 7,000 conservation district employees to national discussions and decisions about conservation programs and policies. The Network exists to improve the capacity of conservation district professionals by making it easier for NCDEA members to share expertise and experience no matter where they are located.
The NCDEA Network is available at no cost to all conservation district employees in the United States and her territories
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NCDEA President Rhonda Kelsch participated this morning on a Partner Panel with leadership from the National Conservation Partnership organizations of National Association of Conservation Districts, National Association of RC&D Councils, USDA-NRCS, and the National Association of State Conservation Agencies (NASCA), at the 2019 NASCA / National Watershed Coalition's Conservation Conference in Lexington, KY. #CDEmployeesAtWork ...
So many of you are deserving of this national recognition! We hope that you'll submit a nomination!Every year, the National Conservation Planning Partnership (NCPP) recognizes a producer and conservation planner for their commitment to conservation with the Hugh Hammond Bennett Award for Conservation Excellence. These awards are presented during the National Association of Conservation Districts’ (NACD) Appreciation Banquet at the NACD Annual Meeting.