Learn about things you need to know to faithfully discharge the duties of and Idaho Conservation District Supervisor.
For Supervisors and employees – help getting up to speed on what you need to know! Scroll down to see 16 detailed how-to instructions for using Quick Books. Also:
Module 1: History of the Conservation Movement
Module 2: What is a Conservation District
Module 3: Fiduciary Responsibilities
Module 4: Legal Responsibilities
Module 5: Partnerships
Module 6: Ethics
Module 7: Local, State, and Federal Laws
Module 8: Employee Training
Module 9: Financial Training
Module 10: Resolutions
Module 11: Awareness of all Conservation Programs
Module 12: The Legislative Process
FAQs for on-boarding of new Supervisors.
A guide from the Attorney General’s Office to help understand how statutes govern the ethical behavior of public officers/servants (including District Supervisors)
Your guide to federal records requests
A guide for state and local governments to Idaho’s Open Meeting Act
Using Conservation the Idaho Way’s Project Tracker
Idaho Open Meetings Act
Open Idaho: The Law has Teeth – Explains how Idaho’s Open Meetings law works.
Open Meeting Law and Executive Sessions – When Secrecy is Permitted: Can Conservation Districts meet in Executive Session?
Public Records Requests
Open Idaho: Mind Your Business – Public Records of all forms are the public’s business and the public has a right to see them.
Open Idaho: Know Your Business – The Public Records process made clear.