Conservation champions

The Lucas Soil and Water Conservation District recently presented awards to several community members for their help with sustainability practices and education. Clay High School’s environmental and agricultural technologies instructor Meredith Wolfe was recognized as Outstanding Educator of the Year. Keven Ruedy received Outstanding Cooperator of the Year for his help in securing water control structures for Lucas County farmland. Two USDA-NRCS Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program awards were presented to Ed Gilbert III and the Herman family for their aid with marsh and wetland habitats.

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