District Clerk: Roles and Responsibilities - Conservation District Clerk Responsibilities
Conservation District Clerk Responsibilities
CD board supervisors have ultimate responsibility for district clerks. Zone coordinators or district managers supervise clerks working for the conservation district.
Conservation district clerks support the work of the districts. They keep the district organized, support the CD board to comply with the law and Utah Code, and assist the board with other requests as appropriate.
Clerks assist the CD board by handling the day-to-day business of the district by maintaining office records, financial records and organizing conservation district activities as directed by the board.
Clerks may be asked to coordinate dinners, tours or workshops for the conservation district. Clerks may provide outreach to the community by writing and distributing press releases; participate in county fairs; write a newsletter; or coordinate a tree sale. Clerks may assist with conservation education through Farm Field Days; Water Fairs; Classroom visits; and poster contests.