SWCD will assist with new groves, furthering existing growth The Nobles County Soil and Water Conservation District has more than $10,000 in state cost-share money to assist landowners in establishing new groves and shelterbelts, or to repair or enhance existing tree growth.
WORTHINGTON — Nobles County Soil and Water Conservation District supervisors Lynn Darling and Jim Knips, along with SWCD technician Ed Lenz, attended workshops in Washington, D.C., earlier this month as part of a statewide leadership development program. The workshops were sponsored by the Minnesota Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts.
, March 18, 2008
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