Mission Resource Conservation District's Board of Directors establishes policy and manages and conducts the business of the District. Board members are appointed to four year terms by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors and serve voluntarily without pay for a term of four years. The Directors have diverse backgrounds but share a passion for conservation and are actively involved in the District's policies and programs.
Mission Resource Conservation District is an independent unit of local government organized under the provisions of Division 9 of the Public Resources Code of the State of California. The activities of the District are administered by the Board of Directors who live within the District’s boundaries. The District Manager reports directly to the Board of Directors, and manages the day-to-day operations of District programs and staff.
If you live within Mission Resource Conservation District’s boundaries and are interested in serving on the District’s Board of Directors, please contact Courtney Provo at (redacted) or (760) 728-1332.