Soil Conservation

3260 Eagle Park Drive NE  Grand Rapids MI   49525  616-942-4111 x100   administrator@kentconservation.org

The mission of the Kent County Conservation District is to advocate, teach, promote, preserve and enhance the natural resources for the citizens of Kent County and future generations. 

Kent County Conservation District  (KCCD) is a locally controlled resource management agency; administered by a publicly elect board of directors.  KCCD offers services to assist citizens of Kent County with soil conservation, forestry management and watershed concerns.

OFFICE HOURS:   Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.   Check for Holiday Closings


-Project Coordinator - Connie Redding

-MAEAP Tech - Joshua Jackson

-NRCS District Conservationist - Matt Soehnel

-Soil Conservationist - Katie Droscha

-Engineer - Aaron Wohlfield

-Forester - Ben Stein

The Kent Conservation District will begin to take orders soon for the annual spring tree sale.  Any profits from the tree sale go directly to the operational funds for the Conservation District Office.  TREE SALE FORM

Cooperative Weed Management Area (CWMA) is  multi-county partnership with the goal of raising awareness about invasive species. KCD is a member of  CWMA and KCD is now licensed to apply pesticides commercially; and can help landowners control invasive species on their property.  If you are interested, please call for more information.  We are excited to serve everyone from suburban homeowners to landowners with acres in the Conservation Preserve Area.  The KCD Strike Team will help you control unwanted plants.