Summer 2017, Vol 3, Issue 3

Jun 21, 2017 | Newsletters

Conservation Matters

Time flies…

I realize as I am putting this newsletter together that summer is almost over, which means only one thing: I’m late with this newsletter!

Our summer has been extremely busy. We’ve had a number of streambank restoration projects completed throughout the county. A series of very heavy rain events have also kept “the crew” busy between runoff issues and mosquito complaints.

I’ve often heard the term “lazy summer days.” This summer has definitely proven to not have too many of those for us. There’s plenty of work to get done.

With fall just around the corner, we hope you’ll enjoy the last few weeks of summer remaining. Whether it’s a vacation at the beach or on your back porch, here’s hoping you get to enjoy some lazy days in between busier times.

Judy Becker

Inside this issue

02 – Summer Intern
02 – NPS Mini-Grant Tour
04 – CSVT Update
06 – Mosquito Program Update
08 – Water Quality Quiz
09 – NRCS Earth Team Volunteers
10 – Agriculture Field Day
11 – Water Quality Quiz Answers
12 – Farmland Protection
13 – 2017 District Awards
13 – Support the NCCD

05 – KW Enterprises LLC

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