The AFCD Executive Board is elected each year at their Annual Meeting and also serve on their local Soil and Water Conservation District board.
The Executive Board plays a vital role in conservation efforts by providing leadership to the 54 active Soil and Water Conservation Districts of Florida. It is AFCD’s goal to bring together local Soil and Water Conservation Districts, as a single unit, through effective communication and leadership development. All this is done while helping to build the capacity and capabilities of the individual districts, expanding available resources, promoting conservation education and enhancing public awareness.
- The State of Florida is divided into four conservation district areas.
- Each area is represented by a Vice President and a one Alternate Vice President.
- The Vice Presidents and Alternate Vice Presidents are members of the AFCD Board, though not Executive Members.
- The Vice President and Alternate Vice Presidents, with the support of the AFCD Executive Board, support and assist the efforts of the districts that fall within their jurisdiction.
|Buck Carpenter||President||Madison SWCD|
|Matthew Griffin||1st Vice President||Lake SWCD|
|Eva Webb||2nd Vice President||Palm Beach SWCD|
|Wilbur Dean||Secretary/Treasurer||Levy SWCD|
|Burlin Findley||Past President||Blackwater SWCD|
|Archie Matthews||Parliamentarian||Alachua SWCD|
|1||Michael Brown||Vice President||Gadsden SWCD|
|1||Vincent Moore||Deputy Vice Present||Gadsden SWCD|
|2||Deputy Vice Present|
|3||Myke Morris||Vice President||Hillsborough SWCD|
|3||Kim Buchheit||Deputy Vice Present||Orange SWCD|
|4||Rob Griffin||Vice President||Collier SWCD|
|4||Jared Plair||Deputy Vice Present||Hendry SWCD|