Diana Padilla opened the workshop by sharing how she and her husband, Saul, have worked with the USDA-NRCS to improve their agricultural production and water usage through land leveling, a drip irrigation system, a rain water harvester, seasonal high tunnel and grass planting.
The saying, “You’ve coming a long way, baby,” definitely applies to the 6,500 acre Yett Ranch in Dimmit County, which has been leased by Bill Martin’s family for more than 70 years.
Farmers, ranchers and other environmentally conscientious landowners have a growing passion for the well-being of pollinators and what NRCS can do to help...
Veterans, active duty military, National Guard, reservists and anyone interested in starting their own farm or ranch are invited to attend the “Battleground to Breaking Ground: A Transitional Journey” workshop, Elmendorf, TX, on June 4, 2016.
Stream health and function was the main topic of discussion during a recent Riparian Workshop held on Diaz Murray’s ranch in Clay County, Texas.
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