The Blue Water Conservation District, previously known as the Sanilac Conservation District and Saint Clair Conservation District were both officially organized in the 1950s by landowners of their respective counties. They were originally chartered as "Soil Conservation Districts", but as Natural Resource Management continued to grow and include water, air, and other environmental areas, the Conservation Districts' Mission grew.
Our District Board meetings are open to the public, and meeting times and dates are posted at both the Sanilac and St. Clair District Offices.
Assist the people of the Blue Water area in the wise use and management of their natural resources for a healthy environment and sustained economic growth.
Board of Directors
Pictured from left to right: Gene Burgess, Treasurer; Tim Hale, Secretary; Charlie Lewis, Deputy Treasurer; Greg Jarmalowicz, Chairman; Jay Ferguson, Vice Chairman
Tentative FY 20 Board of Directors Meeting Schedule
COVID-19 Update: Due to the coronavirus, the Board of Directors meeting schedule has changed. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday July 1, 2020 at 9:00 am at 2495 Wellman Rd, Brown City MI. All are welcome to attend. Please call our offices at (810) 984-3865 ex 5 or (810) 648-2998 ex 5 if you have any questions, and continue to check our website for updates on future meetings. Thank you!
Meetings will take place on the 4th Wednesday of every month beginning at 9:00am.
November,January, March, May, July, and September meetings will take place at the Sandusky Service Center, 50 E. Miller Rd.
December, February, April, June, August, and October meetings will take place at the Kimball Service Center, 2830 Wadhams Rd.
Meetings are open to the public. Meeting dates are subject to change due to holidays, farming schedules, etc. Please call either office to confirm the date of the next meeting.
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Warranty Disclaimer: Trees/Plants are primarily sold as Bare Root Stock. Blue Water Conservation District (BWCD) liability ceases when orders are picked up. BWCD is not liable for improper handling or planting (of the plants) after the customer takes possession. BWCD is not liable nor guarantees survivability.