Author Archives: Barry Conservation District
BCD is now hiring for two great positions- Administrator and Invasive Species Coordinator! See our employment opportunities page for more details.
The Barry Conservation District is now accepting bids for two grass seed mixes. Seed bids should be submitted by email by March 30th at 4:00pm. Please see the BID PACKAGE for more details.
Join us for an evening of fun as we get to know the many different groups working in conservation in Barry County! $15 admission includes hors d’oevres. A special conservation brew will be available at an additional charge. Register and … Continue reading
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The Barry Conservation District is seeking a dynamic Administrator to provide support to the programs and staff that promote responsible natural resource and land use management in Barry County. This individual should have strong communication skills and excellent personal presence. … Continue reading
LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION OF DIRECTORS BARRY CONSERVATION DISTRICT To all the residents of Barry County, notice is hereby given that on the 16th day of February, 2018, between the hours of 5:30 p.m. and 6:30 … Continue reading
Two positions on the Barry Conservation District Board of Directors will be up for election at the February 16, 2018 Annual Meeting. Each position is a four-year term, with the candidate elected serving through Spring 2022. District seats are non-partisan. … Continue reading
Barry Conservation District has re-written re-opened bid packages for two habitat-related contracts. The first request is for invasive species control work; the second contract is for prescribed burns. Please see the bid package documents below for more information and to … Continue reading
Barry Conservation District is now accepting bids for tree removal services on 8.5 acres of evergreen plantations (scotch pine, Austrian pine, blue spruce, etc) and associated hardwoods in Rutland Twp. The work includes brush removal, stump grinding, chipping and hauling away the … Continue reading