Supervisors

File before May 31, 2022 to run for Soil & Water Conservation District Supervisor!

SWCDs are special-purpose units of government that manage and direct conservation programs at the local level. Important programs and priorities of Blue Earth SWCD include Reinvest in Minnesota & One Watershed One Plan. An elected board of supervisors governs each of Minnesota’s 88 SWCDs.
SWCD supervisors meet monthly to discuss business, including state-grant allocations to landowners; district conservation priorities; coordination with other local units of government and state agencies; and legislative priorities. Browse our website to learn more about us, the programs and services we offer and our current priorities.

For more information about how to file – visit the Blue Earth County Election Filing page on their website – Click Here!

Five locally elected Blue Earth County SWCD Supervisors provide leadership and governance. The role of the Elected District Supervisors is to develop policy, long range plans, and budgets. Supervisors serve a 4-year term representing their nominating district.

From Left to Right: William Gardner, Chris Hughes, Carol Krosch, John Shanahan & John Rolling


Supervisor
Title
Term
District
Carol Krosch
Chairman
12/2024
District 3
John Rollings
Vice Chairman
12/2022
District 4
John Shanahan
Treasurer
12/2024
District 2
Christopher Hughes
Secretary
12/2024
District 1
William Gardner
Public Relations/Information
12/2022
District 5