The Board of Directors of Upper Llanos SWCD would like to express it's appreciation to Llano River Watershed Alliance for its generous support of our efforts to provide support, technical assistance and educational opportunites for Kimble County Landowners , stewards, educators and students. LRWA has been an avid supporter of Upper Llanos for more than 10 years, Their support has helped in countless ways and is appreciated!
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.
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.
The current board of directors consists of Quinton McKinney, Zone 5, Art Mudge, Recently Retired Director-Zone 4, Ward Whitworth, Zone 1, Jerry Kirby, Zone 4 and Kelly Kothmann These gentleman have a combined 100+ years of experience helping the landowners of Kimble County with conservation activities. Also pictured, Kendria Ray, Texas State SWC Board Representative.
Caitlyn McIntosh, Soil Conservationist, has joined the Junction Field Office of NRCS and Kimble County landowners are going to enjoy her knowledge and enthusiasm. She is a native of San Angelo, a graduate of Texas A & M, and currently resides in Kerrville. Her parents are not new to Kimble County, as her dad used to live around Roosevelt (a while ago). After graduation, she served 2 years in the Peace Corp, lending her knowledge to help the people of Zambia, Africa.
We appreciate our sponsors! Their support helps enable ULSWCD to give back to the community in the form of educational programs, scholarships, workshops and more.