Cabarrus Soil and Water Conservation District hires Hursey
Hannah Hursey is the new Resource Conservation Coordinator with Cabarrus Soil and Water Conservation District.
A 2014 graduate of Appalachian State University with a major in Environmental Science and a minor in geology, Hursey is a native of Davie County where she participated in conservation, 4-H and FFA programs. Her responsibilities with the conservation district include communications and outreach, conservation easement, education and grant programs.
Hursey joins the local conservation district as it begins its second half-century of service. The district exists to encourage the informed and responsible stewardship of the land and all its natural resources.
The 5-member district board is one of 3 countywide boards served by elected officials, along with the county board of commissioners and the county school board. The district provides financial and technical assistance to consultants, farmers, property owners and local governments. For more information about conservation of natural resources in Cabarrus County, call 704-920-3300 or go to www.cabarruscounty.us/conservation.
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