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Jule Richmond (left), receives the 2018 President's Award,
the highest award bestowed by the Association of Texas SWCDs. Volney Hough, president of ATSWCD, made the surprise announcement at the 78th Annual Meeting of SWCD Directors
held Oct 29-31 in Ft. Worth, TX. READ MORE . . .
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> 2019 Conservation Awards Packet
> ATSWCD/NRCS FY19 District 555
Edu and Outreach Grant
> NEW! FY19 District Director
Travel Expense Scholarship
> 2019 Soil Stewardship Info and
NEW District Award
> More . . . information on programs and grants for TX SWCDs
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The Azle ISD FFA Ag Issues Team narrated their slide show presentation on the importance of facts, pros and cons, of food labeling. READ MORE
GOVERNOR SIGNS BILL TO FUND REPAIR AND REHABILITATION OF FLOOD CONTROL STRUCTURES ACROSS TEXAS
TEMPLE – Projects to repair and rehabilitate flood control structures across Texas will now be funded thanks to a $150 million appropriations bill legislators passed this session. The Governor signed the bill into law on June 6, 2019. These structures serve as a critical protection for our state’s infrastructure, private property, and lives. . . . Read more about this Bill and the importance of flood control structures
Governor Greg Abbott Proclaims
April 28 - May 5, 2019
Soil and Water Stewardship Week in Texas
INDIVIDUAL AND BUSINESS FRIENDS PROGRAM
of the 78th Annual Meeting of Texas SWCD Directors
in Ft Worth, TX October 29-31, 2018
Conserving and Protecting the Soil and Water Resources of Texas