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Mississippi State Technical Committee

Mississippi State Technical Committee (MSTC)

What is the State Technical Committee?

The Mississippi State Technical Committee (MSTC) is an advisory group coordinated by the Mississippi State Conservationist to help organize and deliver Farm Bill related program benefits. General meetings of the MSTC are scheduled once a year or announced for special program activities.

Subcommittees of the MSTC are organized to address current issues and details of various Farm Bill programs. Occasionally, ad hoc subcommittees may also be created to address special programs or as determined by the Mississippi's State Conservationist. Subcommittee meetings are scheduled to coincide with requirements for implementation of specific programs. The organization of the MSTC also includes a link to Local Work Groups. Through a locally led process, Local Work Groups also serve an advisory role and may participate in MSTC meetings.

The Mississippi State Technical Committee will conduct its annual meeting on

Wednesday, October 26, 2022, from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
We have decided to hold this meeting in a virtual setting utilizing Microsoft Teams Live.
You can join the meeting at: Teams Meetings Link offsite link image    

An audio-only option to attend the meeting is also available. Please place your phone on MUTE when you join the meeting.
To access dial: +1 202-650-0123   United States, Washington DC (Toll)

Conference ID: 884 024 579#
For further meeting details, please visit

If you need an accommodation to participate in this meeting please contact Charles Lea, Outreach Coordinator at 601.863.3929 or by email at, no later than October 19th.
Meeting presenters will be notified by email with additional details to join this meeting.

Questions regarding this announcement should be directed to Edward Earl McMillian, Assistant State Conservationist for Programs at 601.863.3905 or

Edward (Earl) McMillian

Assistant State Conservationist (Programs)