CARE Project Prescribed Grazing, North Caddo, West Caddo, South Caddo Conservation District
Thursday, September 8th: OACD CARE Project featuring Jose & Roberto Olvera,
This will be a “Fencing and Prescribed Grazing Field Day,” hosted by North Caddo Conservation District, West Caddo Conservation District and South Caddo Conservation District.
Please RSVP by calling (405) 542-3205, or emailing email@example.com
Please see the attached flyer for more information
What is C.A.R.E.?
The Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts (OACD), the Oklahoma Black Historical Research Project (OBHRPI), and Texas Agriforestry Small Farmers and Ranchers are partnering to increase participation of NRCS programs in agriculture and conservation among socially disadvantaged and veteran farmers and ranchers. The Conservation and Agriculture Reach Everyone (CARE) Project is a collaborative effort led by the Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts (OACD) with the Oklahoma Black Historical Research Project, Texas Agriforestry Small Farmers & Ranchers, and Association of Texas Soil & Water Conservation Districts. The purpose is to increase the number of farmers/ranchers participating in conservation planning and programs in order to improve soil health, water quality, and the viability of working lands. The CARE project places an emphasis on assisting socially disadvantaged and veteran farmers/ranchers. Working with this targeted group to expand their knowledge of innovative technology, soil health, and invasive species eradication will assist them in sustaining their farms. The project will build the capacity of participating organizations to develop and implement conservation projects and strengthen the technical capacity of conservation districts to assist in both conservation planning and Farm Bill Conservation Programs.
OACD: Sarah Blaney, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, or (517) 763-8609
OBHRPI: Willard Tillman, Executive Director, (405) 201 – 6624
TASFR: Igalious “Ike” Mills, Executive Director, email@example.com, or (409) 543-1411
For more information, please go to: https://www.okconservation.org/care