The RCCD office exists to serve the community concerning conservation issues.
308 Camp Rd
Pocahontas, AR 72455
870-892-3623 Ext. 3
Monday - Friday
8:00 - 4:30
RANDOLPH COUNTY CONSERVATION DISTRICT
LISA CAGLE, DISTRICT SECRETARY
MARLA MOLAND, WATER QUALITY TECHNICIAN
Daniel Baldwin, Irrigation Water Management Technician
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
BILL BAILEY - CHAIRMAN
JODY THIELEMIER - SECRETARY/TREASURER
JAMES RAY CHESTER
THE RCCD BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEET REGULARLY TO DISCUSS CONSERVATION ISSUES IN RANDOLPH COUNTY.
THESE ARE PUBLIC MEETINGS, AND THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND.
THEY ARE HELD THE FIRST WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH AT 6:30 a.m. at 308 Camp Road, Pocahontas, AR.
NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE
ZACH TRUBLOOD, DISTRICT CONSERVATIONIST
BRIAN LANGSTON, SOIL CONSERVATION TECHNICIAN
BRAD ASHCRAFT, PROGRAM SUPPORT SPECIALIST
CIERA RHODES , FARM BILL WILDLIFE BIOLOGIST
Conservation districts are political subdivisions of the State of Arkansas. They are a creation of popular vote of resident landowners for the purpose of conserving our land and water resources as authorized by Act No. 197 of the Arkansas General Assembly of 1937; the Nation's first conservation district law.
Conservation districts are local governments at work and their specific responsibility is management of our soil and water resources. The idea behind their formation is to keep decision making on soil and water conservation matters at the local level. Each district is governed by a board of five directors who serve without pay. Two directors are appointed by the Arkansas Natural Resources Commission and three are elected by resident landowners.
RCCD AND NRCS is an equal opportunity employer
civil rights act of 1964
Title VI prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color or national origin under any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.
TITLE VII PROHIBITS DISCRIMINATION ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR OR NATIONAL ORIGIN IN EMPLOYMENT.