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Welcome to the
630 High Street, Huntingdon, TN 38344
Phone: (731) 209-4153 x 3, Fax: (855) 575-2945
PROMOTING SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION IN CARROLL COUNTY SINCE 1950
Elizabeth Bezinque began working for the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in March as a Soil Conservationist in the Huntingdon Field Office, which covers both Carroll and Benton counties.
The Carroll County Soil Conservation District and the Natural Resource Conservation Service would like to thank the residents of Carroll County for their participation in our Arbor Day event. The day was an overwhelming success as over 100 residents received over 1300 native trees. Trees available for pick up included Willow Oak, Christmas Pine, Pecan, Dogwood and Bald Cypress, all of which were donated to the community by the Carroll County Soil Conservation District. Once planted, these trees will improve our soils, our waterways and our quality of life here in Carroll County. We are also honored to have assisted the community in remembering those lost during the COVID crisis. Tennessee College of Applied Technology - McKenzie was able to plant trees in memoriam for Terry Wilson, HVAC Instructor, and Anthony Mastrominico, Industrial Maintenance/HVAC student.
SGI supporter, advocate and great landowner, Michael Howard, received assistance from SGI/Quail Forever (QF) Coordionating Wildlife Biologist, Brittney Viers, QF/NRCS Farm Bill Biologists, Alex Tamboli and Collin Stanley.
The Huntingdon Field Office is committed to continuing to provide excellent customer service to our customers amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Our USDA service center is currently closed to the public, but we are still able to serve Carroll County while following the recommended guidelines. Please call our office at (731)209-4153 Ext 3 if we can help you with any of your conservation needs!
Carroll County Soil Conservation District "Working Together for a better place to live and play".