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Mini-grants up to $250 are available to support conservation education initiatives in Richland County schools. Spring applications are due by February 15, 2014.
Inside, you’ll find information about the Twenty-Five Mile Creek Watershed, the recent Midlands Local Food Summit, Farm Service Agency Committee elections, conservation planning, a summer poster contest, an outstanding high school student who represented Richland County at the Conservation Districts Youth Workshop, and more.
Dreher High School senior Joseph Duffield represented Richland County at the 2013 Conservation Districts Youth Workshop held at Lander University in June and was awarded a $500 college scholarship by the SC Soil and Water Conservation Society for his outstanding performance on workshop assessments.
Approximately 25 local farmers, chefs, distributors, resource professionals and support organization representatives gathered for the Midlands Local Food Summit on June 17, 2013. The Midlands Local Food Collaborative organized the meeting in coordination with a statewide formal assessment by the SC Departments of Agriculture and Commerce called “SC Making Small Farms into Big Business."
We invite Richland County K-12 students to create a poster titled “Where Does Your Water Shed?” The poster should tell the story of our watersheds and should impart a conservation message.
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