If you are going to be a supervisor, you need to be serious about the job.
District supervisors are local citizens elected to a four-year term of office. They are the legislatively mandated to conserve local natural resources. For several decades, supervisors were typically agricultural landowners. However, as the scope of conservation has grown, so has the diversity of board members, lending broader perspective and credibility to the district’s position. Today, district boards are made up of bankers, teachers, homemakers, farmers, educators, and business owners. They represent a variety of local environmental concerns.