Jason Irby Reserve Project Continues

Jason Irby continues work on the Conservation Reserve Project (CRP).  Each aspect of the CRP is developing on schedule.

The springtime fowl have migrated and nested.  The seasonal vegetation is continually reacting as expected.  The water draw-down has proceeded as the project requires.

The Gar fish and freshwater shells are the last aquatics to end as the water-bed evaporates and provides food sources for other (raccoons, coyotes, fox) critters and birds.

The hot summer temperatures are sometimes brutal out there in the wilderness and agriculture, but the beauty of God’s nature is undeniably pleasing to work with.

An observation deck was built to enhance the opportunity to take it all in.

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