Congratulations: Martinz is the new face of conservation in Barton County

January 13, 2019by ncdea

KANSAS, Barton County CD – Friday morning, while most of the offices at the USDA building at the corner of 10th Street and Patton Road were locked up due to the federal shutdown, the new director of the Barton County Conservation District, Sara Martinz, was hard at work. In recent years, Martinz returned to college as a non-traditional student and earned a degree in agricultural business management. After school, she served as a temporary employee at the Farm Service Agency here, but soon realized she had a heart for conservation. In April, she began a contract position with the NRCS, and later applied for her current position.

Source: Martinz is the new face of conservation in Barton County – GREAT BEND TRIBUNE

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