Why become a Pima NRCD District Cooperator? As a local unit of Arizona government, a Natural Resource Conservation District has the unique legal authority to coordinate with individual landowners and with other units of government at the local, state, and federal level to resolve resource management issues. Coordination occurs as equal partners. Federal laws including the National Environmental Policy Act and the Federal Land Planning and Management Act require federal agencies to coordinate with local units of government.
“District Cooperator” means any person who has entered into a cooperative agreement with the District for the purpose of protecting, conserving and practicing wise use of the natural resources under his or her control (A.R.S. ‘ 37-1003).
A District cooperator who resides within the District boundaries and is registered to vote in the State of Arizona
a) may vote in biennial Pima NRCD District Supervisor elections,
b) is eligible to run for a Pima NRCD Supervisor office, or
c) is eligible for appointment to the office of Pima NRCD Supervisor.
To become a District cooperator, download and complete the Pima NRCD Cooperative Agreement, sign it and either mail it to:
3241 N. Romero Rd
Tucson, AZ 85705
email it to Pima NRCD at firstname.lastname@example.org