Board of Supervisors

SWCD Board of Supervisors

The SWCD Board of Supervisors oversees the SWCD operations and helps set policy regarding state cost share and other conservation issues.

Our supervisors strive to protect the interests of our farmers and community members while protecting our natural resources, which will help enhance the quality of life for everyone in Stevens County.

Current board members are their contact information are listed below the map of Stevens County SWCD Districts.

2018 board member positions are:
Chairman: Greg Fynboh
Vice Chair: Troy Goodnough
Treasurer: Dennis Feuchtenberger
Secretary: Dave Lonergan
Reporter: Debbie Anderson
Personnel Committee: Greg Fynboh, Dennis Feuchtenberger
Policy Committee: Dave Lonergan, Greg Fynboh
Budget Committee: Feuchtenberger, Fynboh

Other committees on which our SWCD board members serve:
Pomme de Terre River Association – Lonergan, Solemsaas (staff)
Bois de Sioux Watershed District – Fynboh, Solemsaas (staff)
Chippewa Watershed Project – Feuchtenberger, Erickson (staff)
Comprehensive Local Water Plan – Goodnough, Johnston (staff)
Barnes-Aastad Association – Fynboh, Feuchtenberger
West Central TSA – Lonergan, Fynboh (alternate)

Contact Information

Board members are available to meet with landowners in Stevens County and welcome your input on the various conservation issues that affect all of us. The supervisor in your district may be more knowledgeable about issues in your specific area, but feel free to contact any supervisor with your conservation issues or concerns.

Supervisor District Map

Supervisors are elected at large but must reside in one of the five districts shown on this map.

Current SWCD Board of Supervisors
District 1 (2017-2020) Dave Lonergan, 320-589-4559
District 2 (2015-2018) Greg Fynboh, 320-589-7155
District 3 (2015-2018) Debbie Anderson, 320-808-8257
District 4 (2017-2020) Dennis Feuchtenberger, 320-808-8498
District 5 (2017-2020) Troy Goodnough, 814-322-6531

Our Mission

The mission of the Stevens Soil & Water Conservation District is to work with county landowners in putting conservation practices on the land and to help all citizens be good stewards of our natural resources.