IASCD congratulates Steve Miller of Fairfield, ID for being elected as the National Association of Conservation Districts’ new Secretary/Treasurer! We sent the following press release to our Idaho media contacts just a few minutes ago.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 11, 2011
CONTACT: Bret Rumbeck
National Association of Conservation Districts Elects New Officers
Steve Miller of Fairfield, Idaho Elected as NACD Secretary/Treasurer
MERIDIAN, IDAHO — During the National Association of Conservation Districts’ (NACD) Annual Meeting last week in Nashville, Tenn., members elected a new officer team and approved a set of guiding principles for the 2012 Farm Bill. Steve Miller of Fairfield, Idaho was officially sworn in as NACD’s new Secretary/Treasurer.
“I look forward to being part of an integral part of the NACD team that advocates for 3,000 Conservation Districts and their respective state associations,” said Miller. “NACD is already working in Washington D.C. to promote a 2012 Farm Bill that will help Conservation Districts implement locally led resource driven conservation projects. This is a significant part of NACD’s challenge of being America’s leading voice for natural resource conservation.”
Miller has been an active member of the Idaho Association of Soil Conservation Districts, serving three years as president. Miller has been a member of the Camas Soil Conservation District since 1978, and farms in the Fairfield area.
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