An important role of the Kansas Association of Conservation Districts is
to monitor legislative issues and advocate for measures that strengthen
conservation efforts in the state.  A key element of this advocacy is the
strong partnership among federal, state, and local organizations
committed to the conservation of Kansas natural resources.
Get to know the people who represent you!  Our elected officials need and want to hear the views of their constituents
so they are better informed on key issues of interest to their districts.  To learn more about legislative advocacy, view
Legislative Advocacy 101.

Need help finding your legislator?  http://www.ipsr.ku.edu/ksdata/vote/
In order to be an effective advocate for Kansas conservation, it is helpful to have an overview of the legislative process.
For a discussion of the process, view How a Bill Becomes Law.

For more information, please contact KACD Executive Director Dan Meyerhoff at: kacd@eaglecom.net or call the
office at (785) 650-1330.
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