Monday, September 27, 2010
Four New Cost-Share Practices Announced by Winston County Soil and Water Conservation District
Dianne Godsey, District Administrative Coordinator with the Winston County Soil and Water Conservation District, said that four new cost-share practices have been approved for Winston County landowners. These new practices are Treatment of Invasive Species such as privet and kudzu, Plastic Culture for Vegetable Crops, Feral Hog Trap, and Treatment of Poultry Litter with Alum. All of the practices have a 60% cost-share rate, meaning that 60% of the cost of implementing the practice is covered by the Soil and Water Conservation District and 40% is paid by the landowner. Call Dianne Godsey at (205) 489-5227 for details about these new practices.
Posted by Mike at 11:22 AM