Woods County Conservation District helps prepare for future of conservation at state convention


Dr. Katie Blunk (center) is awarded the Outstanding Conservation District Director during the Conservation Partnership Awards Luncheon. With her are her mother Rose Blunk and her husband Michael Horntvedt..

OKLAHOMA CITY - Leaders from Woods County Conservation District attended the 81st Annual Meeting of the Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts (OACD), Feb. 24-26 in Oklahoma City. Kari Nixon, District Manager, and Tracy Walker, District Board Treasurer, joined more than 300 conservation leaders from across the state for educational sessions, workshops and networking.

This year's meeting theme, "Charting the Course for Conservation," celebrated the achievements of local conservation districts in Oklahoma and provided tools and resources to help them plan for the future. Meeting-goers he...

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