Terry Chandler has dedicated his farming career to reversing decades of soil erosion on his Madison County farm. He's worked with Georgia NRCS experts to manage his pastures for improved soil health. Learn how he unlocked the secrets to the soil on his land by using rotational grazing.
We now have a new video gallery available on our website. Visit our video gallery and watch the latest conservation success stories from the field.
Each year, students from around the country gain invaluable work experience in agriculture through NRCS’ Pathways program. In Georgia, we send top students to areas where they learn from Georgia's skilled staff.
Elbert and Casey Durden, own 86 acres of forest land along the Tallapoosa River in Haralson County. The Durdens planted 2,200 trees, many in tree tubes. All the trees are fruit or nut producing trees for the purpose of wildlife habitat and “kid catching”!
The Longleaf pine ecosystem provides critical habitat for 29 threatened and endangered species. Those threatened and endangered species include the gopher tortoise, indigo snake and red-cockaded woodpecker.
Date: Oct 16, 2014
- Dec 5, 2014
STORIES FROM THE FIELD
Insects and Pollinators
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