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ABOUT HNRCD
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Welcome to
Hereford Natural Resource
 Conservation District
Making a Difference since 1944

MISSION STATEMENT
Working Together To Enhance 
Our Natural Resources


VISION STATEMENT
To Provide Assistance to Achieve 
Conservation of Natural Resources 
by Promoting Policies and Practices 
that are Economically Feasible and Environmentally Responsible
photo by Rachel Thomas
Ready to release
 NM antelope 
Herding antelope into the corral
AGFD photo
Photo by Rachel Thomas
Photo by Rachel Thomas
New Mexico antelope after release  
in Arizona
 
Preparing to load a processed 
antelope in Prescott
Photo by Mary Darling.
RANGE 101 - Principles of Range & Watershed
Analysis & Management
HNRCD & The U of A College of Agriculture & Life Sciences

THE WORKSHOP HAS BEEN TEMPORARILY CANCELLED
A NEW DATE WILL BE PROVIDED WHEN SCHEDULED


HEREFORD NRCD WINTER 2014 NEWSLETTER

Due to a major printing error the HNRCD Winter 2014 Newsletter extends a huge apology to two contributing writers and to our readers.

The article on pages 4 and 5 was entitled, New Mexico Investigator Offers Stern Wolf Warning To Arizona. The article is by Tammy Gray and was reprinted with permission from the Tribune News and the online publication  Arizona Journal,  www.azjournal.com.

The article on page 6, Obama's EPA Pursues Vast Land Grab to Protect Water, was reprinted with permission from William Perry Pendley, President, Mountain States Legal Foundation, 2596 S. Lewis Way, Lakewood, CO  80227, www.mountainstateslegal.org. MSLF depends on donations and they currently have a $150,000 challenge underway that will double all contributions.
STRENGTHERING RESILIENCE IN RIPARIAN CORRIDORS

U of A Public Stakeholder Workshop
on scenario setting in the Upper San Pedro Watershed

​January 23, 2015
12:00pm-4:00pm
Sierra Vista Public Library
2600 E. Tacoma St.
Sierra Vista, AZ  85635


Please RSVP or address any questions to Darin Kopp, 815-955-7384, 
darinkopp@gmail.com