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Pipestone farmer to serve on national board

Cunningham elected second vice president of the National Association of Conservation Districts

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Ian Cunningham of rural Pipestone examines the soil health on his farm after years of planting cover crops.

WASHINGTON — Ian Cunningham of Pipestone was elected second vice president of the National Association of Conservation Districts during a Feb. 3 meeting of the board of directors. Michael Crowder of West Richland, Washington, was sworn in as president, while Kim LaFleur of Plympton, Massachusetts was elected first vice president.

NACD’s Southeast Region Executive Board Member Gary Blair of Starkville, Miss., was elected to serve as the association’s Secretary-Treasurer. Immediate Past President Tim Palmer of Truro, Iowa, and NACD Chief Executive Officer Jeremy Peters round out the national association’s officer team.

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