Serving 95 Districts in

East, Middle, and West TN

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2019 Southeast Region NACD Meeting


In 1985, the officers of the Tennessee Association of Conservation Districts (TACD) voted to recognize the TACD Secretaries Organization as an official, functioning part of their association.  During 1986, officers were elected, bylaws approved, and area coordinators elected.  Long/short range goals were set and general operating procedures were outlined.  In an effort to include all district employees, in 1999 the name was changed to the Tennessee Conservation District Employees Association by a majority vote of the TACD Officers and Board of Directors.

In the years that have followed, much has been accomplished.  Excellence and professionalism are strived for, lines of communication between district employees, district supervisors and other conservationists have been opened.  With a wealth of talent and knowledge, one of Tennessee's most valuable resources is Conservation District Employees.  District employees continue to reach out, promoting conservation throughout the state to not only landowners, but also to land users.   District employees assist in the implementation of district programs, establish and maintain a high standard of quality, and carry on an education and improvement program while displaying pride and dedication in  work and to those who are served.


Soil Health Documents

Unlock the Secrets of the Soil


Soil Talk. On this page articles on soil health are posted in an easily accessible pdf format. The documents cover current issues on managing our lands for Soil Health including Pasture, Hay and Cropland.  Our goal is to allow landowners to understand and adopt a science based approach to maintaining healthy soil beyond erosion control on the surface.


2019 SE Region NACD Meeting

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The groups below helped to make the 2015 TACD Convention possible. We want to express our sincere appreciation to these sponsors for assisting us in recognizing contributions in the soil and water conservation efforts in Tennessee.

Tennessee Department of Agriculture

Farm Credit Mid-America Mid-America


Tennessee Pork Producers Association

Tennessee Farmers Cooperative

Tennessee Valley Authority

Natural Resources Conservation Service