About

What We Do



We support our state’s 84 conservation districts in the ever-increasing demand for responsible care of Oklahoma’s natural resources. We’re researchers, practitioners, implementers and advocates who are passionate about providing technical and financial assistance, accurate data and engaging educational experiences all with the common goal to conserve the renewable natural resources of our state and help fill the conservation advocacy pipeline.

Commissioners: Seated – Scotty Herriman (Area III), Standing L-R – Dan Herald (Area 1), Gary Crawley (Area V), Clay Forst (Area IV), Phil Campbell (Area II, 2020 – 2021 Chairman), Trey Lam (OCC Executive Director)

COMMISSIONERS

Commissioners represent one of five Areas of the state. The 84 Conservation Districts in Oklahoma are divided into these five areas.

Current Executive Director, Trey Lam.

Executive Director

Trey Lam

Trey Lam entered service as executive director on November 17, 2014. Lam is a lifelong conservationist who has served on the Garvin Conservation District board and as President of the Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts.

OUR HISTORY


In April 1937, Oklahoma passed the Conservation District Enabling Act, which gave citizens the opportunity to form their own conservation districts and created the agency now known as the Oklahoma Conservation Commission. 

DIRECTORIES

RULES & RULEMAKING

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