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Collection: Plymouth County Soil and Water Conservation District Historical Collection
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Man in White Hat, Shirt and Overalls Standing by White Tractor
This man is not identified.
Closeup of Unidentified Commissioner in Glasses and White Shirt with pointed collar.
Unidentified Commissioner with Blue Hat and Beard Standing beside Tractor
Five Unidentifed Commissioners
The men in this photograph are not identified
Commssioner Norm Barker Accepting Award
This photograph shows Norm Barker, Plymouth County Soil and Water Conservation District Vice Chair accepting the Grand Award from Goodyear representative Jim Lowe.
Six Unidentified Plymouth County Soil and Water Conservation District Commissioners
Commissioners Pat Winter and Nancy Anderson are the two women in this photograph. Steve Tonafeldt stands between them. The others are not identified
Plymouth County Soil and Water Conservation District Commissions in 2001
Left to right are Commissioners Mark Brown, Brent Fedders, Pat Winter, Steve Tonafeldt, and Nancy Anderson. This photograph was taken on September 20, 2001.
William J Brune, State Conservationist
Here are two different photographs of William J. Brune, State Conservationist in the U.S. Soil Conservation Service during the 1970's and '80's
1946 in History
This is a listing of important national and international events of each day in 1946. It is the same year that the Plymouth County Soil and Water Conservation District was organized.
U.S. Department of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service display
This display shows two models of a 100 acre farm. The first one shows accelerated soil erosion as the result of unsatisfactory farming methods. The second model shows the same farm ten years later after the adoption of of a coordinated erosion…