IDAHO – Jordan Dyck, owner/producer at Homestead Produce, has been named Boundary County Conservation Farmer of the Year 2018 by the Boundary Soil Conservation District.
Tom has worked with conservation districts since 1992, managing district operations and providing statewide help on governance, technology, and accountability issues. He has been a board director of a state association of conservation districts and the president of a statewide employee's association. Tom is the General Manager for the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District.
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