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February

Ricky and Tiffanie Roddy started their farming operation with just 13 acres and have grown it 300.
  • Texas Farmer Recognized for Top-Notch Conservation Efforts
    By Dee Ann Littlefield, Public Affairs Specialist, USDA-NRCS
Bertha Venegas provides information of NRCS technical and financial assistance programs.
  • StrikeForce Awakens at Cowboy Breakfast in Maverick County
    By Donnie Lunsford, Public Affairs Specialist, USDA-NRCS
Flooding across numerous counties in Texas brought 2015 to a close.
  • Flood control structures withstand El Nino generated storm waters
    By Beverly Moseley, State Public Affairs Specialist, USDA-NRCS
Illinois Bundleflower & other forbs are an excellent food source for wildlife.
  • Farmers and Ranchers Learn New CRP Options
    By Joseph Bauer, Wildlife Biologist, Pheasants Forever and Quenna Terry, USDA-NRCS
NRCS Grazinglands Specialist Kevin Derapf set up a rainfall simulator
  • Collaborating in the Trinity River Watershed
    By Dee Ann Littlefield, Public Affairs Specialist, USDA-NRCS

January

NRCS provides the technical assistance to farmers and ranchers for permanent grass establishment.
SWCD Chairman Billy Foster offers congratulations on Letitia Carters retirement.
Principal spillway inlet & flood pool of watershed dam in Hays County four days after Oct. flooding.
State Conservationist, Salvador Salinas, sharing benefits of Conservation Client Gateway

 

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