SWCD, NRCS available to help farmers with erosion issues
WORTHINGTON — A wind advisory issued for today and a forecast for potentially heavy rains as early as Wednesday have the potential to wreak even more havoc on eroding topsoil across southwest Minnesota’s farmland.
Rural Adrian family selected by Nobles SWCD
ADRIAN — David and Stacy Mente of rural Adrian have been selected as Nobles County’s 2011 Conservationists of the Year by the local Soil and Water Conservation District.
Commissioners approve subsurface sewage treatment ordinance
WORTHINGTON — Nobles County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) technician Ed Lenz presented county commissioners on Tuesday with information on two programs that can help lower property taxes for people who own land adjacent to parcels identified for potential development.
Plaque given in commemoration of shared water plan
WORTHINGTON — Nobles County Commissioners were awarded the first-ever County Conservation Award during the Association of Minnesota Counties (AMC) annual conference a week ago in Duluth.
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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