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Lime Spreader for Rent - 2/28/17
posted by: Sherry Pearson

The WCD has a two (2) ton Stoltzfus Lime Spreader for rent to District Cooperators in the counties of Mason, Jackson and Putnam. 

A $100 deposit is required

Rates are:  $100 first day, $50 each additional day (pick up by 11 a.m. today, use next full day return by 9 a.m. the following day)  Weekend Rate:  $150 (11 a.m. Friday to 9 a.m. Monday)

For more information or to schedule the spreader contact the WCD office at 304-675-3054.  To reserve the spreader contact the Ripley NRCS Field Office at 304-372-6231 x 3.  The spreader is housed at the Jackson County USDA Service Center.

 



AgEP Sign Up for 2017 Announced - 2/2/17
posted by: Sherry Pearson

Agriculture Enhancement Program Sign Up for 2017 will be the month of May.

STAFF WILL BE OUT OF THE OFFICE THE FIRST WEEK OF MAY...SIGN UP WILL BE DELAYED CHECK BACK AFTER APRIL 4TH FOR UPDATE

AgEP Sign up.........May 1-31, 2017

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College Scholarships Available - 1/30/17
posted by: Sherry Pearson

If you know of a Senior in high school that will be attending a WV college or university majoring in a resource conservation field they may be eligible for one of eight $500 college scholarships available across the state.  The WV Association of Conservation Districts offer these scholarships annually.  To access the application go to the WV Conservation Agency home page and click on the Education link at the bottom click on WVACD Programs to find "College Scholarship".  The eligibility and required information is explained on this form along with approved fields of study.  The completed application and information must be submitted to the district office by March 1, 2017. 

 



Potato Pilot Project 2017 - 1/12/17
posted by: Sherry Pearson

We have received word that the pilot Potato Project will continue in 2017.  This is the third year of the three-year pilot project.  Watch for more news on the potato project on this web page.  If you are interested or know someone that is, please contact the district office at 304-675-3054 or Ian Smith, Conservation Technician at 304-539-0663.

 




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