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April

Farming is a family tradition for Todd Lynn Kimbrell, his wife, Lindsay, son Trey & daughter Tessa.
  • Extreme Farming
    By Dee Ann Littlefield, Public Affairs Specialist, USDA-NRCS
Forage samples were clipped, air-dried and weighed to determine livestock carrying capacity.
Tina Hendon with Tarrant Regional Water District demonstrates the power of moving water.
Each student is assigned a task and bags are assembled with care in an assembly line.
TWDB Member Peter Lake visits with Rancher Bob Durham at the reception following award presentation.
Doug Rose, retired marine, works with soldier on career opportunities with the NRCS and USDA.

March

Roots of the cotton plans have broken through hard pan & penetrated the soil several feet deep.
  • It's The Pits
    By Dee Ann Littlefield, Public Affairs Specialist, USDA-NRCS

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Conservation Farmer of the Year Award for Martin County Mat and Marion Snell for no-till farming
The ag water harvesting catchment system on Durham's ranch includes six 5,000 gallon storage tanks.

February

Drenda Williams accepts the NOPBNRCSE organizations Drum Major for Service Award.
Ricky and Tiffanie Roddy started their farming operation with just 13 acres and have grown it 300.
Bertha Venegas provides information of NRCS technical and financial assistance programs.
Flooding across numerous counties in Texas brought 2015 to a close.
Illinois Bundleflower & other forbs are an excellent food source for wildlife.
NRCS Grazinglands Specialist Kevin Derapf set up a rainfall simulator

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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