ALAPAHA SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT
The Alapaha Soil and Water Conservation District was organized on November 10, 1943, and comprises Berrien, Clinch, Cook, Echols, Lanier, and Lowndes Counties. Two District Supervisors from each county serve on a 12-member Board of Directors. Each county has an elected and appointed Supervisor serving a 4 and 2 year term respectfully.
By written agreement with and at the request of the Alapaha District, NRCS provides professional conservationists to help implement the District's long-range conservation programs. The Alapaha District channels the services of NRCS to cooperators, individuals, groups, and units of government - and sets priorities for the implementation of conservation practices.
Supervisor Tim Hughes – Echols County
Supervisor David Fields – Lowndes County
Supervisor Jake Price, Vice Chairman – Berrien County
Supervisor Paul Folsom – Lanier County
Supervisor Harold (Hal) Simpson – Cook County
Chairman O. C. Prince – Echols County
Supervisor William (B) Darsey – Lanier County
Supervisor Derrell (Derry) Bennett – Cook County
Supervisor Roy Crumbley – Clinch County
Supervisor Tim Swilley – Lowndes County
Supervisor Carlos Vickers – Berrien County
Supervisor Vacancy - Clinch County
through Seven Rivers RC&D
The Alapaha Conservation District meets the second Wednesday of every month at 9:00 a.m. at the Lowndes County Extension Office. To access previous meeting minutes and documents, please click below.
contact alapaha soil & water conservation district
Emilie Simpson, District Program Assistant