2021 Supervisor Election Results

Stark Soil & Water Conservation District held an election for two Board of Supervisors positions for three-year terms beginning January 1, 2022. 

The results are in: Rodney Campbell and Ann Wolfe were both re-elected to the Board.


Please join us in congratulating Rodney and Ann!


Rodney Campbell

Rodney resides in Minerva with his wife, Cindy. He grows corn, beans, and wheat as part of the Campbell Bros. Farms in Homeworth, Ohio. The Campbell Bros. Farms have installed many conservation practices over the years and were named Cooperators of the Year in 2017.


Rodney served on the Board of Supervisors from 2002 to 2016.


Rodney returned to the Board in 2018. He is the current Fiscal Agent/Treasurer for the District Board of Supervisor.


He is an active member of Stark County Farm Bureau.


Ann Wolfe

Ann lives in Nimishillen Township with her husband, John. They have three grown children. Ann worked for 30 years for various companies as a graphic designer and copywriter. She now works on the family’s farm operation, alongside her husband, John’s brother, and their father. They milk 130 Holsteins and grow corn, soybeans, wheat and hay. They were named Cooperators of the Year in 2013.


Ann is a 4-H advisor, chairs the Stark County 4-H Home Economics Committee, serves on the Stark County-OSU Extension Board, and is an active member of the Stark County Farm Bureau where she previously served on the county board of directors.


Ann is the current Chair of the District Board of Supervisors.


She is interested in increasing awareness among residents and funders on the important work the District does to protect and preserve natural resources in our county.