Residents' input sought at Aug. 14 meeting
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The Goliad Soil and Water Conservation District and the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service invite the community to attend a Local Work Group Meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 14 at 2 p.m. in the Goliad City Depot, located at 211 East Franklin.

Public input is needed to help determine local natural resource priorities and criteria for USDA conservation activities and program planning for the upcoming fiscal year. The benefits of conservation funding, technical assistance and conservation practices implemented on agricultural land reach well beyond the farm or ranch gate to all Texans. Benefits include soil and plant health, air and water quality, and livestock and wildlife production.

The purpose of the meeting is to receive input from a broad range of local organizations, businesses and individuals that have an interest in natural resource conditions and needs in Goliad County. The meeting will be conducted as an open discussion among attendees. Participating in the meeting does not obligate attendees to participate in programs nor does it quality them for programs

For more information, call the Goliad USDA-NRCS field office at 645-2350 or visit

Persons with disabilities who require special accommodations and/or alternative means for communication of program information (Braille, Large print, audiotape, etc.) associated with this meeting should contact Connie Waters at 361-645-2350 at least two (2) weeks prior to the meeting with his/her specific request.
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