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Residents can help brainstorm conservation

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CEDAR CREEK —The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service and the Bastrop County Soil and Water Conservation District are seeking input from the public on how to best serve local citizens through Farm Bill conservation programs and technical assistance.The public is invited to attend the Fiscal Year 2024 Local Working Group meeting April 5 from 9 a.m. to noon. The meeting will be at McKinney Roughs Nature Park, 1884 S.H. 71 West in Cedar Creek. An educational program focusing on pasture management and the LCRA Creekside Conservation Program will precede the working group session.This meeting is an opportunity to bring farmers, ranchers, conservationists and others together todiscuss natural resource needs and set local conservation priorities. The information gathered ...

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