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Board of Directors

The District Board is responsible for establishing the District’s conservation goals, providing the financial direction and oversight of the expenditure and management of public funds; reviewing monthly and annual financial statements, establishing district policies, and developing programs as defined by RIGL 2-4-12.

Directors are not public employees, but are volunteers. They may, however, receive reimbursement for travel-related expenses. They serve voluntarily to assess local conservation needs and to encourage cooperative efforts in achieving district conservation goals. Districts may also have Associate Directors. Associate directors are appointed by the board and serve as advisors and representatives.