The Elk Conservation District (ECD) provides local self-government leadership and initiative for the development and conservation of soil, water, and related resources. In cooperation with private landowners, government agencies, and private organizations, we will develop an integrated planning, education, and management program that will protect, restore, and enhance those resources. The ultimate goal is to protect and conserve our soil, land, water, and related resources for the health, safety, and general welfare of our state’s citizens. In addition to our conservation planning services, we also assist in stream restoration and provide educational programming to schools and civic organizations about the value of conservation and stewardship of the environment.
ECD approved the following applications for lime in the following amounts: Howard Bennett, $840; Harold Johnson, $266;Wayne Stephenson, $968; Mike Moles, $480; Kathryn Boggs, $720; George P. Herndon, $1,160; Johnny Singleton, $800; Tina Rapp, $1,050; Patricia Cox, $1,548; Mark Robinson, $680; Jason Hamric, $564; Ben Mullens, $2,000; Harold Herndon, $1,720; Ross J. Young, $1,040; Given’s Bison, $800; Donald Hamrick, $440; Joe Bell, $780; Bill Lowther, $182; Aleece Smith, $800; Linda Sparks, $2,760; Steven Claypoole, $2,000; Cleve Westfall, $2,000; Jamie Markham, $1,200.
ECD approved the following applications for fencing in the following amounts: Jamie Markham, $1,500; Tim Bailes, $1,500; Maria Moles, $1,500; Aleece Smith, $1,500; Doug Given, $1,500; Georgina Jarvis, $1,500; Johnny Singleton, $1,500; Wayne Stephenson, $1,500; Patricia Cox, $1,500.
For more information on any of the programs that ECD offers please visit our office at 738 Airport Road, Sutton, WV. Call our office at 304-765-2535 or visit our Facebook page.