Board of Directors
Board members are elected at the District's Annual Meeting and serve 4 year terms. However, these terms may range from 1 to 3 years. If you would like more information about becoming a board member, please call our office at (517) 543-1512 x5.
(Full length) Board Member Position Description
Board Member Duties
Board of Directors nominating petitions
There is one 2-year term and one 4-year term position currently available. Please fill out the petition below for the term length you are interested in.
At ECD, there are a variety of volunteer opportunities available. No matter your interests or abilities − if you care about our soil and water quality, we can use your help!
Volunteering at the Eaton Conservation District is a great way to help your community. We’re always looking for more people!
Below is a list of areas in which volunteers could be of assistance. If any of these appeal to you, or if you have another idea of how you can help out, the first step to becoming a volunteer is to contact our office at (517) 543-1512 x5.
The Eaton Conservation District is a local unit of State Government established in Eaton County in 1946. The District has a five member board of directors who are elected by local property owners at the District's annual meeting held in January. The Board oversees the development and implementation of soil and water conservation in the county.
The District focuses on natural resource problems and solutions. Our services include protecting groundwater, watershed planning, woodland and wildlife improvements, soils information, stream bank stabilization, conserving and restoring wetlands, providing tree seedlings, conservation books and information workshops. The Conservation District serves as the link between the landowner and local, state and federal governments and conservation organizations.
What ARE Conservation districts?
Meet our staff
Sue Spagnuolo, executive director
Sue was hired as the Executive Director of the Eaton Conservation District in March 2016. She originally joined the District in December 2013 as the part-time Bookkeeper. Originally from Grand Ledge, she has lived in Clinton County for 18 years. Recently “retired” from farming, Sue was a MAEAP verified Grade A goat dairy and farmstead cheese producer. She was also a member of MIFMA (Michigan Farmers Market Association), served as Secretary on the board of directors, and was a member of the Organizational Development Committee. She has been involved in the Horse and Beef Industry for 38 years. Sue attended Findlay College, Findlay, Ohio for Equestrian Studies and has an Associate Degree from Lansing Community College.
Contact Sue: email@example.com