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What do we do?

What do we do?

Llano River

Since 1947, Upper Llanos SWCD has worked with landowners to promote effective land use, protect, establish and ensure conservation and proper ecology.  A District Clerk and Board of Directors works with NRCS and other state and federal agencies to implement conservation plans to ensure your lands are preserved for the future, while being used effectively and efficiently in the present.  The District is here to serve the landowners of Kimble County.  Please don't hesitate to contact the office for technical assistance or questions through this website, by phone (325)446-2722, or at the office at 902 College St., Junction, TX.

What else do we do?

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The District provides educational opportunities for landowners, teachers and students through hand on programs, scholarships and workshops.  Each year, Upper Llanos does a program with NRCS for the Junction Elementary School Earth Day activities, sponsors students to attend the Texas Section Society of Range Mgmt, Youth Range Workshop, participates and holds field days and much more.

Current Board of Directors

Current Board of Directors, Quinton McKinney, , Art Mudge, Ward Whitworth,  Jerry Kirby & Tony Hall.

The current board of directors consists of Quinton McKinney, Zone 5, Art Mudge, Zone 4, Ward Whitworth, Zone 1, Jerry Kirby, Zone 4 and Tony Hall, Zone 2.   These gentleman have a combined 100+ years of experience helping the landowners of Kimble County with conservation activities.

Board Meetings

Monthly Board Meeting Agenda

08/14/2019

Notice of Monthly Board Meeting - Aug. 14, 2019

9am

902 College St., Junction, TX

+ Event Details

08/14/2019

Notice of Monthly Board Meeting - Aug. 14, 2019

  

NOTICE OF A REGULAR BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING

Pursuant to section 551.041 of the Texas Open Meetings act, notice is hereby given that: the  Upper Llanos Soil & Water Conservation District #225 will meet at 9:00 a.m. on Weds Aug.14, 2019  at 902 College St., Junction, Texas. 

                                               AGENDA

THE FOLLOWING ITEMS WILL BE DISCUSSED OR ACTION TAKEN: 

1. Call meeting to order and establish a quorum 

2. Tyson Broad, Llano River Watershed Alliance: RE: Possible Sponsorship of Irrigator Workshop

3. Approve Minutes of ULSWCD meeting held July 10, 2019

4.  Review & approve: Financial report and current bank statements

5. Review & approve: Accounts payables and disbursements 

6. Review Correspondence

7.  TSSWCB FY19 End of Year:

   A. Annual Financial Statement Notification Form

   B. Approve Supplemental Matching Funds Request 

8.  Review & approve: Technical Assistance and TSP Reimbursement Requests: July 2019

 9.  Review & possible action: Dues and/or Registrations

10. Review & possible action: Sponsorships and Donations

 11. Review & possible action: Registration for State Meeting of SWCD held in San Antonio, Oct 2019

12. District Director Zone 3 Election planning: Declaration Notice for Candidacy August 1-31, 2019

 13.   Review & possible approval:  WQMP related items

     A. Approval of WQMP Program Practice List for FY 2019-20

14. Review & possible action: WSEP related items

15.  Review & possible approval:  Monarch Butterfly Habitat Enhancement/Restoration program

16. District Clerk report 

   A.  Update on Website, Newsletter and Ads 

17.    Kendria Ray’s TSSWCB Area II Field Rep report

18.  NRCS Personnel Report

19.    NRCS Field Office Report: Landon Pyle & Ashlee Barker

20.   Approval of Conservation Plans & Cooperator Agreements

21.  Discuss & possible approval: Other business 

22.  Personnel: Annual Employee Evaluation and possible action

 23.   Set next Board meeting date

 24.  Adjourn 

The Upper Llanos SWCD may convene in executive session on any of the above items in accordance with Subchapter D, Sections 551.071-551.076 of the Texas Open Meetings Act. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services, are requested to call (325) 446-2722 ext. 103 at least two (2) business days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made. The Natural Resources Conservation Service provides leadership in a partnership effort to help people conserve, maintain and improve our natural resources and environment. An Equal Opportunity Provider, Lender and Employer. 

                   Fred W. (Tony) Hall, Jr. ,Chairman

                        Jerry Kirby, Vice-Chairman

                     Quinton McKinney, Secretary

                        Ward Whitworth, Director

                             Art Mudge, Director

9am

902 College St., Junction, TX

Sponsors

Our Current Sponsors

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