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Principal Julius Scott of Dutch Fork Elementary School Academy of Environmental Sciences (DFES) has been named Richland County’s Conservation Principal of the year by the Richland Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD). Scott was nominated for this award by Jane Hiller, Education Coordinator for Sonoco Recycling and Director of the SC Green Steps School certification and award program.
Amy Umberger has been named Richland County’s Conservation Teacher of the Year by the Richland Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD). Umberger is the Resident Scientist at Dutch Fork Elementary School Academy of Environmental Sciences (DFES).
Seventeen students will receive awards in this year's Conservation Poster Contest sponsored by the Richland Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD). Student posters addressed the topic "Watersheds: Our Water, Our Home," raising awareness about the importance of healthy watersheds and the ways our actions affect water quality.
Materials and slideshows from the 2018 SC Farmer Resource Rodeo held at the Phillips Market Center on April 5, 2018.
Two Richland County students have been named state winners in the 2017 National Conservation Poster Contest: Evan Carl Outlaw, who was a kindergartener at Catawba Trail Elementary School when he entered the contest and is now in first grade, is the K-1st Grade Division Winner. Emiya Carolyn Gallman, who was an eighth grader in the ZooBot Magnet Program at Longleaf Middle School when she entered the contest and is now in ninth grade at Blythewood High School, is the 7th-9th Grade Division Winner.
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