Early day district supervisors, now called district directors, actually provided most of the labor and built the existing Deer Creek Conservation District office at a total cost of $6,500. Those supervisors included Clair Kippenberger, Ralph Crall, J.B. Mannering, Bill Haynes, Buel Lasley and Raymond Finkenbinder. Assistant supervisors during the formative years of the conservation district included Leland DeBord, Noble Amen and L.F. Bond.
Conservation districts are independent subdivisions of state government whose primary function is to encourage proper care of the land and water through sound resource management decisions and long range planning.
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Monday-Thursday: 7:00 a.m. -5:30 p.m.
For assistance with drills when office is closed please call 580-772-7670.
Deer Creek Conservation District, is currently open and back to normal business operations. Feel free to swing by the office during business hours, connect with us on Facebook, or give us a call. We are more than happy to provide assistance for the needs of our community.