Matt is a life long Iosco Township resident along with 5 generations behind him. He works at the Livingston County Road Commission where he has been employed since 2013. Matt is married with 3 golden retrievers. He is an avid fisherman and even bigger hunter. He is proud to say that he puts way more into the landscape and habitat than he takes away from it. Matt and his family enjoy spending time in Au Train, in the Upper Peninsula, where his wife’s family have a home.
Meet Our Staff & Board
Tammy is a sixth generation Livingston County resident. She is also the Clerk of Marion Township and worked on her family’s farm for 35 years raising Dinkelville melons and produce. In her spare time she likes to spend time with her grandchildren, kayaking, working in her yard and painting. She has enjoyed serving on the Conservation District Board for the past few years and looks forward to serving many more .
Linda and her husband Clark own and operate Clarinda Farms in Webberville. Linda enjoys volunteering and spending time with her family.
Clark operates his family farm, which is located in Iosco Township. The Humrich farm also known as “Clarinda Farms” operates on about 700 acres of which, the Humrich family own 365. Clark has been using no-till farming for 30+ years and was instrumental in bringing the conservation idea of no-till farming to Livingston County. He has served on the board for many years and is the longest standing Board Director. Clark has been married to Linda for 44 years and has three adult children and 12 grandchildren.
Matt opened Munsell Poultry Processing in 2011. Since then, his business has grown to service most of the Lower Peninsula. Matt also helps out on the family farm, which is 1000 acres and includes Greenhouses and a road-side farm stand. Matt obtained his Associate degree in Dairy Management from Michigan State University.
Sean Butler joined the Conservation District Board in January of 2015. Sean is a life long resident of Iosco township where he operates a farm with his wife and family.
Joe was born and raised on a farm in Iosco Township. He and his wife Bev have raised their two boys on the family farm as well. They have enjoyed learning to farm, hunt, fish, and making lifelong friends with farmers in the area.