Arizona Association of Conservation Districts Conserving Agriculture and Natural Resources Since 1944 Support Us Today! Arizona Association of Conservation Districts Conserving Agriculture and Natural Resources Since 1944 Support Us Today! Conserve Arizona's Conservation Districts - made up of local producers and volunteers - work hard to conserve our state's natural resources, open spaces, and wildlife habitats... Grow ...so they can continue to grow our food supply... Live ...so we can live healthy lives! Who We Are Established in 1944, the AACD is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that supports and helps Arizona’s 42 Conservation Districts to coordinate and fund conservation efforts across the state. This is accomplished through partnerships with federal, state, Tribal, and local entities, as well as non-governmental organizations.The AACD takes a holistic, collaborative approach to the challenges producers and conservationists face today, and seeks to bring different groups together to find common ground in conserving our valuable natural and agricultural resources.Keep up with us Scroll our live Facebook feed on the right, or click here to go directly to our page. Also follow us on Instagram @aacd1944 Click Here to Support Us Today! What are Conservation Districts? Arizona’s Conservation Districts are are hubs of conservation at the local level, providing education, community outreach, and other essential functions in supporting conservation across the state.Members of Districts include farmers, ranchers, and other volunteers who work hard to conserve our water, soil, wildlife habitats, open spaces, and other limited natural resources. They are stewards of the land, original conservationists, and the producers of our food supply.