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Citrus Trees Are Flourishing In Mississippi

In rural Forrest County, just outside of Hattiesburg, Miss., lemon, satsuma and navel orange trees are growing and flourishing thanks to landowner and Forrest County Soil and Water Commission board member Perry Arnold.

#FridaysOnTheFarm: Two Dogs Farm Provides Food for Mississippi, Beyond

On Two Dogs Farm in Flora, Mississippi, where Van Killen is working to provide fresh, local food in his community and beyond.

From the Battle Field to the Farm

Having served 22 years in the military, Curtis Lofton knows about hard work, perseverance, and overcoming challenges. However, after trading his combat boots for cowboy boots, Lofton faced one of the biggest challenges of his life.


Quail Hunter’s Treasure Prairie The Robertsons of Burnt Oak Lodge

The Robertsons’ story of relocation, fulfilling a dream, and restoring native prairie grassland right here in Lowndes County, Mississippi, embraces adventure, perseverance, destiny, some sheer luck, and of course NRCS technical and program assistance.

High Tunnels Protect Crops through Rain, Sleet, and Snow

Dr. Cindy Ayers- Elliott, owner of Foot Print Farms in Jackson, Miss. knew that the cold weather would affect her crops, so she prepared beforehand. She checked to ensure that the produce grown in her six high tunnels were ready to survive the unusual wintry weather mix. 


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