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Upcoming Triangle and Chino Winds

NRCD Bi-Monthly Meeting

September 14, 2021

U of A Extension Office

840 Rodeo Dr

Prescott, AZ 

9am 

AGENDA 

1: Call to order

2: Minutes of the previous meeting

3: Treasures Report

4: NRCS Report

5: AZ State Land Dept

6: New Business - Thomas Thurman-Are Solar Farms the Future? Candela Renewable Energy is coming to our area

7: New Business - Shelly Blackmore 

8: Call to Public

9: Adjourn

NOTICE: access to notices, agendas, minutes posted at 8841 E Florentine Rd STE C Prescott Valley, az 86314 & electronically at WYCECAZ.com

https://www.aacd1944.com/chino-winds/ or https://www.aacd1944.comtriangle/

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Upcoming Western Yavapai Conservation Education Center Meeting

September 14, 2021

U of A Extension Office

840 Rodeo Dr

Prescott, AZ 

9am 

AGENDA 

1: Call to order

2: Minutes of the previous meeting

3: Treasures Report

4: NRCS Report

5: AZ State Land Dept

6: New Business - Thomas Thurman-Are Solar Farms the Future? Candela Renewable Energy is coming to our area

7: New Business - Shelly Blackmore 

8: Call to Public

9: Adjourn

NOTICE: access to notices, agendas, minutes posted at 8841 E Florentine Rd STE C Prescott Valley, az 86314 & electronically at WYCECAZ.com

https://www.aacd1944.com/chino-winds/ or https://www.aacd1944.comtriangle/

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Mission Statement

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       wycecwest@gmail.com 

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       928-713-7604

Western Yavapai Conservation Education Center- WYCEC - informs and communicates with its pioneers of today and tomorrow about the wise use of our natural resources to maintain a sustainable, productive and healthy resource base for all our communities and caring for them.

WYCEC's focus is to spread knowledge of conservation issues and provide environmental education to the schools and public. There are 3 primary conservation issues that we focus on

1: Water cycle and aquifer recharging

2: United States food and fiber production

3:Soil Health

Do you have an idea for a feature in our newsletter? Call or email Dawn and she will work with you to share with our readers.

928-713-7604

dawnsalcito@yahoo.com