David is one of seven members serving on the SWCD board; he was elected in November 2010 to serve a four-year term (Jan. 2011 - Dec. 2014). David owns and operates a 58-acre farm in the Jeffersontown area (Floyds Fork watershed). David's interests are supporting environmental education programs for school children and teachers and promoting Best Management Practices on agricultural land that addresses and improves water quality.
Larry was elected to serve on the SWCD board in the general election of November 2012. Larry owns and operates several farms in the Jeffersontown area (Floyds Fork watershed). He grows soybeans, corn, hay, small grain and beef cattle. Larry is a member of the Jefferson County Farm Bureau Board and serves as a member on the Farm Services Agency County Committee. His interest is to insure that the conseration district, natural resources agencies and agricultural organizations provide needed assistance to local farmers.
In January 2011, Bob was appointed to the board by the Kentucky Soil and Water Conservation Commission to fill an unexpired term. In November 2012, he was elected to serve a full four-year term. Bob now resides in the Hurstbourne area (Middle Fork Beargrass Creek watershed), he retired from the USDA-NRCS (formerly the Soil Conservation Service). His interests are promoting wise land use and management, addressing water quality and stormwater runoff issues and seeking additional funding for technical staff.
Ray joined the Board of Supervisors in January 2003. Ray lives in the Lyndon area (Middle Fork Beargrass Creek watershed). He is a former employee of the Ky. Division of Conservation. During his 28 year career, he assisted sixteen different conservation districts and three watershed conservancy districts. His interests are in expanding community outreach programs, promoting environmental education and increasing the awareness and visibility of conservation districts.
Mike was elected to serve a four-year term in November 2012 general election. He resides in the Fisherville area (Floyds Fork watershed). He is a board member of the Floyds Fork Environmental Association (FFEA) and Fisherville Area Neighborhood Association (FANA). His interests are to help improve subdivision guidelines to maintain our rural and agricultural character by keeping our soil, water and related natural resources in the forefront of all development conversations.
Calvin was also elected to the board in November 2012. Calvin owns and manages several agricultural operations in the Floyds Fork watershed. He currently serves on the Jefferson County Farm Bureau board and is a former member of the Jefferson County Agriculture Development Council. Calvin produces corn, soybeans, hay and also has a beef cattle operation. Calvin has an interest in helping landowners find opportunities to maintain the family farms in Jefferson County. He believes that supporting locally grown crops is vital to sustaining our economy.
Pat was elected to the board in November 2010, with her term officially beginning in January 2011. She comes from the Graymoor/Devondale area (Goose Creek watershed). Pat has an interest in protecting and preserving critical areas of Jefferson County in danger of being polluted or destroyed. For the past ten years, she has worked primarily, but not exclusively, within the Floyds Fork Environmental Association.
Ward served as a district supervisor from January 1997 through December 2008 and held the office of Chairman for a majority of those years. Ward resides in the St. Matthews area (Muddy Fork Beargrass Creek watershed). Ward is a professional, environmental engineer and brings an interest in watershed management to the board while serving in an advisory capacity.
Joy has been an employee of the conservation district since April 1982. Her responsibilities are to provide administrative support to the Board of Supervisors and USDA-NRCS staff. In addition to daily office operations, she also assists with coordinating and promoting conservation education programs, environmental grants and the state cost share program.
Kurt is employed by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. He has been in the Louisville Field Office since November 1980. Kurt is responsible for managing the operations and programs of the USDA-NRCS by providing professional service and technical assistance to private landowners, governmental entities and local organizations within the boundaries of the Jefferson, Oldham and Bullitt County Conservation Districts.
Johnna serves as an advisor to the board giving consultation on legislative, fiscal and other related conservation issues. Johnna is employed by the Kentucky Division of Conservation where she serves as Branch Manager to nine additional Field Representatives throughout the state. She is also responsible for providing daily assistance to nine soil and water conservation districts in north central Kentucky.