Pike County Conservation District

Pike County Conservation District Our District objective is to assist land owners with the
planning, application, and education of cost effective
conservation practices. Our District objective is to assist land owners with the
planning, application, and education of cost effective
conservation practices that will conserve and protect
Pike County soil, water, and related resources.
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The board
has a working relationship with the Natural Resource
Conservation Service (NRCS) through which the NRCS
provides technical help to the board in implementing its
conservation program in Pike County

USDA tries new approach in 'removing' feral swine in Alabama
02/27/2018
USDA tries new approach in 'removing' feral swine in Alabama

USDA tries new approach in 'removing' feral swine in Alabama

You may recall our story about three weeks ago of an Autauga County man and his neighbors having trouble with feral swine. The damage the pigs can do is enormous. Now the USDA is trying out a new appr

Small But Mighty Canola Offers Opportunity
01/26/2018
Small But Mighty Canola Offers Opportunity

Small But Mighty Canola Offers Opportunity

When you think about crop production in the U.S., the big three are corn, soybeans and wheat—in that order. One crop that garners only a modest number of acres but might be worth taking a look at for your farm is canola. “In the U.S., the ratio of supply versus demand of canola oil is ab...

CrossFit Ilium
09/27/2017
CrossFit Ilium

CrossFit Ilium

WOD for Water Troy is set for November 4th, 2017. Registration is up and running!!! We will be posting movements and WODs soon!! To stay posted on all things WOD for Water Troy check out our event page!! #wodforwater #crossfit #neverthirst #cleanwater #spreadthegospel #fitness #w4wtroy

Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division
06/20/2017
Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division

Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division

**Alabama outdoor enthusiasts and conservationists needed for Alabama Gopher Tortoise Conservation Project!** Gopher tortoise populations are estimated to have declined by at least 80% in the last hundred years. The purpose of this project is to collect location information on the gopher tortoise to help supplement current surveying efforts and enhance our understanding of the distribution of gopher tortoises in Alabama.
https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/al-gopher-tortoise-conservation-project

Yellowhammer News
06/16/2017
Yellowhammer News

Yellowhammer News

"We don't know what kind of struggle it is to not have clean water and it would be great to help provide that."

02/21/2017
Troy Messenger

Congratulations to Steve Stroud, Billy Hixon and Joe Murphy!

Nearly 700 farmers representing every major commodity grown in Alabama elected state committee members during the Alabama Farmers Federation three-day Commodity Organizational Meeting February 7-9 at the Embassy Suites in Montgomery.

Pike County farmers, Joe Murphy, Billy Hixon and Steve Stroud were elected to state committees.

02/09/2017
Hammett Well Service

Hammett Well Service

I have personally been servicing water well installations for 10 years now. One thing I have noticed is that a lot of times,more than not,problems can be taken care of before they progress to bigger problems. So to help with this I've decided to offer a service inspection of $120 plus mileage. This inspection can help replace cheaper parts (pressure switches and control boxes) before they cause more expensive parts (pressure tanks and pumps) to fail.

01/27/2017
Outdoor Alabama

Outdoor Alabama

Prescribed fire is a safe way to apply a natural process that benefits various habitats and ensures ecosystem health. Wildlife habitat and animals such as deer, turkey and quail flourish in areas that are maintained with prescribed fire. In Alabama, prescribed burns can be safely conducted throughout the year. Cool season burns are used to reduce forest litter and to help prevent forest fires. Growing season burns, often used to control the choking underbrush in a stand of mature trees, are conducted from early spring to late summer. To learn more, visit http://www.outdooralabama.com/prescribed-fire-alabama-0

01/15/2017

The Pike County Conservation District and NRCS Office will be closed Monday, January 16th in observance of the Martin Luther King holiday. We will be re-open on Tuesday at normal business hours.

01/04/2017

The Pike County Soil & Water Conservation District is now accepting applications for a $500.00 scholarship sponsored by the Alabama Conservation District Employees Association. Applicants must be a U.S. Citizen, high school senior, and living in the State of Alabama.
Seniors check with your high school guidance counselors or drop by the office to pick up your application. We are located in the USDA NRCS Service Center at 22 Henderson Highway, Troy, Alabama. Deadline to recieve completed applications in the District office is FRIDAY - MARCH 3, 2017. For more information call 334-566-2300, ext. 3. 📚✏️🎓

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22 Henderson Highway
Troy, AL
36079

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