Meek retires after 15 years of service at Clay County CD

March 5, 2019by ncdea

KANSAS, Clay County CD – Last week Tom Meek celebrated 15 years of service working for the Clay County Conservation District at a retirement reception at the USDA Service Center Thursday.

If it seems like Meek has been involved in the conservation district much longer than that, it’s because he has. Prior to working for the local conservation district, he spent three years working part-time for the conservation district in Marshall County and as a long-time farmer before that, he’s advocated the practices that the conservation district encourages.

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