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5242 Hwy 89 South, Livingston, MT 59047 Local Common Sense Conservation

Kelly Arterburn District AdministratorKelly Arterburn

District Administrator

Kelly grew up on a registered Hereford cattle and Quarter Horse ranch outside of Absarokee, Montana. She attended Montana State University in Bozeman where she attained a bachelor’s degree in Horticulture and Landscape Design.  Kelly is committed to supporting local communities, being a good neighbor and community member, and preserving the stunning landscape she is blessed to call home. Kelly joined the Park Conservation District as their Administrator in May. She is excited to be a part of the Conservation District team and looks forward to opportunities to connect and support local conservation efforts!


 Ashley LowreyAshley Lowrey

 Watershed Coordinator

 Shields Valley and Upper Yellowstone Watershed Groups

Ashley started as the Watershed Coordinator in 2017. She holds an MS from the University of Montana in Environmental Science and Water Resources and has over ten years’ experience working in collaborative land and water conservation and natural resource management in the West. Ashley coordinates efforts for both the Shields Valley Watershed Group and the Upper Yellowstone Watershed Group.


Ned ZimmermanNed Zimmerman

Chairman of Board of Supervisors

Ned Zimmerman has spent most of his life working on his families’ ranch outside of Wilsall.  He and his wife Cindy run a cow/calf /hay operation.  They get occasional help from their two kids, Caitlin and Eric and other members of the extended family.  The goal is to hand the land down to the next generation in better shape than what they got it. Their cattle graze native and improved pastures and are fed in the wintertime from hay raised on the ranch. Good soil health and efficient use of irrigating water are vital to the ranching operation.  Ned believes that the Conservation District should work to help landowners use regenerative practices to improve the health of Park County’s working lands, wetlands and streams.


Dave Haug

David Haug

Board Supervisor & Treasurer

David Haug is a third generation Montanan, with family from the Livingston and Big Timber area since 1900. He graduated from Park High School and Montana State University, and currently lives and farms northeast of Livingston. Dave has always been interested in conservation practices, water, and stream ecology. Since serving on the Park CD Board and the board of the Governor’s Yellowstone River Task Force, Dave has learned that in order to implement new ideas it is important to update your thinking on what is best for the streams while protecting property rights. Dave also serves on the Park County Planning & Development Board as their agricultural representative. Dave has been on the Park Conservation Board for more than 25 years.


DeWitt DominickDeWitt Dominick

Urban Board Supervisor

DeWitt Dominick has lived and worked in Montana for thirty years, and makes a living as a water resource consultant, helping clients achieve their goals through good land stewardship practices while navigating the design and regulatory permitting process. DeWitt received his M.S. in Watershed Science with an emphasis on river geomorphology from Utah State University.  He currently serves as the Park Conservation District’s representative on the Yellowstone River Conservation District Council, and likewise, is the vice-chair of the Shields River Watershed Group.  He enjoys his time with family at home outside Clyde Park.  DeWitt supports the core mission of the Park Conservation District to work with community towards common sense solutions to challenging issues while advocating for natural resource conservation and the preservation of rural landscapes.


Martin DavisMartin Davis

Board Supervisor

Martin Davis is a fourth-generation rancher.  He has lived in Paradise Valley for 60 years on the family ranch.  He started with Conservation District over 30 years ago.  Bruce Malcolm asked him to become a member of the district taking his seat on the board.  He has served on the Governor’s Yellowstone River task force.  He believes good use of irrigating water are important for a healthy environment along with soil conservation practices.


Dustin Homan Board Supervisor

Dustin Homan

Board Supervisor

Dustin Homan is currently a Shields Valley agricultural producer with his wife Laura. Although not a native Montanan, he has grown up and lived in Montana much of his life. He believes in keeping agriculture sustainable and keeping it an important priority to make sure it stays here for future generations. A vital key component of this starts with the health of our water ways. Along with his passion for agriculture he is also an active outdoorsman.  He currently serves on the Park Conservation District as a Board Supervisor as well as on the Park County Planning Board.


Jamie LannenJamie Lannen

Urban Board Supervisor

Jamie Lannen is a fourth-generation rancher, born and raised on his great grandfather’s place in the Shields Valley. He is proud to have raised his kids on the family ranch. Managing the natural resources that God has given us to work with is part of his family’s everyday life. Protecting those resources is vital for future generations. Jamie serves as a Clyde Park Urban Supervisor.


Judy O’Hair

Board Supervisor

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