Six year old Kynslie Faith Bryant was having a wonderful time at the pumpkin patch farm. Kynslie loves animals and the great outdoors. In 2019, The Natural Resources Conservation Service held a photo contest, the qualifications were it had to be agricultural related and in state of Tennessee, Kynslie had no idea this photo would be submitted and was so EXCITED to learn that she had won. A big display of this photo is hanging in our Huntingdon Field office (Carroll County) & Madison County Area office.

2019 Kynslie Pumpkin Patch DBryant

Carroll County Soil Conservation District "Working Together for a better place to live and play". The Carroll County Soil Conservation District Located 630 High Street, Huntingdon,TN was first organized in 1950 and has been serving area landowners of Carroll County for over sixty-eight years. The Main Objective of the Carroll County Soil Conservation   District  is to encourage landowners both rural and urban, to wisely use and conserve the natural resources of the county. This is accomplished through proper planning in the use of soil, water, plants, forest, and   wildlife resources in order to create a desirable environment for people to live.

Special emphasis has been placed on the conservation and   development of land, water and other natural resources for both   agricultural and non-agricultural uses. It has been the intent to serve both public and private interests in protection,use, improvement an   maintenance of these resources. We look forward to serving Carroll County for many years to come.