Henry County will be hosting the annual Southeast Alabama Association of Conservation Districts on August 11, 2016, Abbeville, AL. Meeting will start at 9:30 at the First Baptist Church Family Life Building.
To educate children and communities about their water, where is comes from how to protect it and how to keep it clean for future generations.
The Coffee County Soil and Water Conservation District meets the second Thursday of each month at 10:00 a.m. at the Alabama Forestry Commission in New Brockton. Please call in case of changes.
Forestry landowners are invited. Wildlife, burning and timber marketing will be discussed.
March 16, 17, and 24, 2016. All 4th grade students in the county are invited to attend. Groups rotate through three water-related hands-on activities.
The public is invited to attend.
The Board of Supervisors will meet at the USDA Service Center at 6:00 p.m.. The public is invited to attend.
The Annual Drinking Water Festival is held May 12th & 13th at UAH for all 4th grade students.
VAN DYKE OF NEW MEXICO ASSUMES NACD HELM DENVER, Feb. 3, 2017 – Brent Van Dyke, born and raised in Springer, New Mexico, was sworn in as the president of the National Association of Conservation Districts, one of America’s largest conservation groups, at the organization’s 71st Annual Meeting. The NACD Board of Directors elected Van Dyke to lead the member organization at NACD’s 2016 Annual Meeting. Van Dyke served one year as president-elect, and starting now, will serve two years as president. “Brent knows conservation – he comes from the farm and understands how important sustainable agriculture is to not only the American economy, but to people around the world,” NACD Immediate Past President Lee McDaniel said. “Brent also understands that our work as the ‘Voice of Conservation’ includes engaging with our more non-traditional urban and tribal partners. He sees the need to broaden NACD’s base and intends to continue the policies established in my tenure to that do just that,” McDaniel continued. Van Dyke and his wife Kim reside in Hobbs, New Mexico, where they run a commercial and registered cattle operation. The Van Dykes also raise irrigated alfalfa and coastal Bermuda hay in Lea County, New Mexico, and cotton in Plains, Texas. Prior to assuming the presidency, Van Dyke served as vice president of the New Mexico Association…Details