Newberry Soil and Water Conservation District fetes award winners


Larry and Rita Cromer of Cromer Farms received the Willie B. Piester Award. The Cromers are currently taking measures to prevent soil erosion and to prevent pathogens from entering surface water by installing fencing and planting eroded areas. They have also installed wells and watering facilities, and will be overseeding pastures with legumes where they can improve forage quality and maximize grazing efforts.


Andrew Wigger | The Newberry Observer

Eddie Wilson with Wilson Tractor was awarded the Business Affiliate Award. Wilson Tractor partners with the Newberry Soil and Water Conservation District in multiple ways. In particular, they donated their time, property, equipment and resources to aid in Camp Conservation.


Andrew Wigger | The Newberry Observer

Newberry City Councilman Zebbie Goudelock accepted the Community Clean-Up Award for the City of Newberry. The city participated in the Great American Clean Up and had approximately 15 of the 25 volunteers come out and help pick up trash. Mayor Foster Senn congregates Newberry Academy along with several other local businesses and individuals to help pick up trash.


Andrew Wigger | The Newberry Observer

Bill Lominick with Newberry Electric accepts the Business Leadership Award. Newberry Electric donated their machinery and services to help with Grinding of the Greens. They grinded approximately 75 trees into mulch and used their equipment to disburse it to people that came to pick it up.


Andrew Wigger | The Newberry Observer

Marley Long and Jordan Lusk were awarded the Student Leadership Award. Long helped with Camp Conservation by being a group leader and helping to set up and clean up every day. She also assisted with Movie Night. Lusk helped with several District Programs such as Movie Night.


Andrew Wigger | The Newberry Observer

Larry and Rita Cromer of Cromer Farms received the Willie B. Piester Award. The Cromers are currently taking measures to prevent soil erosion and to prevent pathogens from entering surface water by installing fencing and planting eroded areas. They have also installed wells and watering facilities, and will be overseeding pastures with legumes where they can improve forage quality and maximize grazing efforts.
http://www.newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0022.jpgLarry and Rita Cromer of Cromer Farms received the Willie B. Piester Award. The Cromers are currently taking measures to prevent soil erosion and to prevent pathogens from entering surface water by installing fencing and planting eroded areas. They have also installed wells and watering facilities, and will be overseeding pastures with legumes where they can improve forage quality and maximize grazing efforts. Andrew Wigger | The Newberry Observer

Eddie Wilson with Wilson Tractor was awarded the Business Affiliate Award. Wilson Tractor partners with the Newberry Soil and Water Conservation District in multiple ways. In particular, they donated their time, property, equipment and resources to aid in Camp Conservation.
http://www.newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0023.jpgEddie Wilson with Wilson Tractor was awarded the Business Affiliate Award. Wilson Tractor partners with the Newberry Soil and Water Conservation District in multiple ways. In particular, they donated their time, property, equipment and resources to aid in Camp Conservation. Andrew Wigger | The Newberry Observer

Newberry City Councilman Zebbie Goudelock accepted the Community Clean-Up Award for the City of Newberry. The city participated in the Great American Clean Up and had approximately 15 of the 25 volunteers come out and help pick up trash. Mayor Foster Senn congregates Newberry Academy along with several other local businesses and individuals to help pick up trash.
http://www.newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0024.jpgNewberry City Councilman Zebbie Goudelock accepted the Community Clean-Up Award for the City of Newberry. The city participated in the Great American Clean Up and had approximately 15 of the 25 volunteers come out and help pick up trash. Mayor Foster Senn congregates Newberry Academy along with several other local businesses and individuals to help pick up trash. Andrew Wigger | The Newberry Observer

Bill Lominick with Newberry Electric accepts the Business Leadership Award. Newberry Electric donated their machinery and services to help with Grinding of the Greens. They grinded approximately 75 trees into mulch and used their equipment to disburse it to people that came to pick it up.
http://www.newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0026.jpgBill Lominick with Newberry Electric accepts the Business Leadership Award. Newberry Electric donated their machinery and services to help with Grinding of the Greens. They grinded approximately 75 trees into mulch and used their equipment to disburse it to people that came to pick it up. Andrew Wigger | The Newberry Observer

Marley Long and Jordan Lusk were awarded the Student Leadership Award. Long helped with Camp Conservation by being a group leader and helping to set up and clean up every day. She also assisted with Movie Night. Lusk helped with several District Programs such as Movie Night.
http://www.newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0028.jpgMarley Long and Jordan Lusk were awarded the Student Leadership Award. Long helped with Camp Conservation by being a group leader and helping to set up and clean up every day. She also assisted with Movie Night. Lusk helped with several District Programs such as Movie Night. Andrew Wigger | The Newberry Observer

Larry and Rita Cromer of Cromer Farms received the Willie B. Piester Award. The Cromers are currently taking measures to prevent soil erosion and to prevent pathogens from entering surface water by installing fencing and planting eroded areas. They have also installed wells and watering facilities, and will be overseeding pastures with legumes where they can improve forage quality and maximize grazing efforts.

Eddie Wilson with Wilson Tractor was awarded the Business Affiliate Award. Wilson Tractor partners with the Newberry Soil and Water Conservation District in multiple ways. In particular, they donated their time, property, equipment and resources to aid in Camp Conservation.

Newberry City Councilman Zebbie Goudelock accepted the Community Clean-Up Award for the City of Newberry. The city participated in the Great American Clean Up and had approximately 15 of the 25 volunteers come out and help pick up trash. Mayor Foster Senn congregates Newberry Academy along with several other local businesses and individuals to help pick up trash.

Bill Lominick with Newberry Electric accepts the Business Leadership Award. Newberry Electric donated their machinery and services to help with Grinding of the Greens. They grinded approximately 75 trees into mulch and used their equipment to disburse it to people that came to pick it up.

Marley Long and Jordan Lusk were awarded the Student Leadership Award. Long helped with Camp Conservation by being a group leader and helping to set up and clean up every day. She also assisted with Movie Night. Lusk helped with several District Programs such as Movie Night.

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