Jason Irby recently received a visit from an Arkansas Wildlife Officer from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. The Wildlife Officer and Irby walked and inspected the property discussing conservation practices as they moved through the grasses, trees, and shallow water area.
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.
Jason Irby continues to move forward in completion of projects for the conservation reserve plan. Irby stands near earth movers used to construct Water Control Structure. This phase in the conservation reserve plan will complete the 3rd and final item in Irby’s plan which includes hardwood trees, native grasses, and a shallow water development. The Arkansas […]
Jason Irby continues work on the Conservation Reserve Project (CRP). Each aspect of the CRP is developing on schedule.
This has been an incredible year. Many achievements and many challenges. I am thankful to have such a great diversity of support. I appreciate you all. Each of you keep me encouraged and inspired.
2015 has been a rewarding and wonderfully incredible year. So many great events and activities took place. The year began with a “stop violence” feature of me in the January issue at SEALife Magazine. The article on pages 16 and 17 reported my efforts to address violence as well as reviewing my book Love Within Life, […]
After completing a three-phase Conservation Reserve Program project, Jason Irby is asking the question “what’s next” to obtain the lands greatest potential as well as opportunities for student learning. Irby met with authorities from Agriculture and Wildlife departments to begin and initiate projects for student learning and development.
On Saturday July 25, 2015, Jason Irby arranged to meet his father, J.D. Irby, at the Museum of the Arkansas Grand Prairie to reintroduce him to granddaddy’s (Will Irby) farm implement that J. D. grew up using in his youth. “Dad was like a kid in a candy store as he touched and rekindled memories […]
After being established for only one year and four months the baby trees have provided a home for nesting birds, author Jason Irby observed. “After such a short period of time it has been a rewarding Spring to actually see a habitat come into development. Along with the birds nesting in the baby trees, I […]
Author Jason Irby wears a different hat as he surveys property that is reserved for agriculture and conservation. “I have planted nearly 3,000 trees of various types, acres of natural grasses, and will soon establish a wetlands area. My family has been involved in agriculture of some sort for decades and their efforts have been […]