Jason Irby showcases New Developments of the Conservation Reserve Program

This has been a great year so far.  The Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) farm practices for the conservation and habitat are coming along as scheduled.

A variety of animals and critters have been sited.  Ducks, other birds and waterfowl, deer, raccoons, bobcats, and grey foxes were featured resident sightings earlier this year.

Spring brought about the growth of vegetation including the conservation’s trees, grasses, and shallow water area.

Spring and the beginning of summer has also brought about the sightings of various insects, snakes, fish, frogs, and turtles.

 

The development of the conservation continues.

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