Rhonda Coffman Named District Manager of the Year at KACD 78th Annual Convention
Rhonda Coffman, District Manager for the Cloud County Conservation District, was named the District Manager of the Year at the Kansas Association of Conservation Districts 78th annual convention and awards banquet in Wichita on Monday, November 21st.
As the District Manager, Coffman has carried out conservation-related programs and has served as the district's representative to other agencies, organizations and the general public. Recently, Coffman announced she has accepted a position as the new Leadership and Field Services Coordinator of Kansas where she will train new district managers, starting December 1st.
For 78 years, the Kansas Association of Conservation Districts has helped forge key partnerships among federal, state, and local entities all committed to a common goal: wise use and protection of our state's natural resources. These partnerships have been highly effective and mutually beneficial, allowing for shared space, equipment, and knowledge.
Each year, the Kansas Association of Conservation Districts convention offers breakout sessions and keynote speakers aimed at providing members with timely education and information.
The Kansas Association of Conservation Districts is a voluntary, nongovernmental, nonprofit, incorporated organization that was established in 1944, two years before the National Association of Conservation Districts was formed. Its members are the conservation districts located in the state's 105 counties.