A Conservation District is a local unit of state government with statutory powers and responsibilities to carry out a program of natural resources conservation and encourage wise land management. As locally elected public officials, District directors are responsible for the operation and management of the Conservation District. Each board consists of 5 members, elected at a the annual meeting, who serve a 4-year term.
The Allegan Conservation District’s Board Consists of:
Lon Koops, Chairman
Lon worked for the Natural Resources Conservation Services, in Allegan, as a Civil Engineering Technician prior to his retiring. He brings knowledge of waterway related concerns to our board.
Mark Ludwig, HR Liaison
Mark worked with the Allegan Conservation District through several grants as a Conservationist and Technician.
Nick Waldron, Treasurer
Nick works as a Planner for Perrigo. In his free time, he enjoys volunteering for The Quality Deer Management Association and focusing on conservation and habitat projects throughout Allegan County.
Raecale Stull, Vice-Chairperson
Raecale was born and raised in Allegan, moved to Utah in 2005, and returned to MI in 2016. She is a professional photographer and owns a creative media business with her husband, Brad.
Kameron Jordan, Director
Kameron Jordan worked for Michigan’s Departments of Natural Resources and Environmental Quality for 32 years, retiring in June of 2019. He has experience reviewing water related construction projects for impacts to fisheries, wildlife, botanical resources, and water quality. He is familiar with issues related to wetlands, inland Lakes and streams, floodplains, critical dunes, and high risk erosion areas.