2016 Legislative Session - Left to right, Craig Sizemore, Roger Brothers, Dr. Linda Forte, Senator Greg J. Reed,
Susan Wesson, Donald Sherrod, Joe Owings and James Martin
2016 Legislative Session - Left to right, back row, Mickey Smith, Craig Sizemore, Senator Gerald Allen, Harold McCool, Donald Sherrod,
Joe Owings, James Martin; front row, Roger Brothers, Tammy Doughty, Dianne McCool, Angie Porter, Susan Wesson, Dr. Linda Forte
North River Christian Academy utilized RC&D Funds to re-do the in-field, add lighting, net for back-stop, sprinkler system, sod,
stone and concrete pads for bleachers for their baseball field.
Sulligent High School utilized RC&D Funds to purchase a protective covering for the gym floor to be used
for non-sporting events.
The Fayette County Commission utilized Tombigbee RC&D Funds to set up a hazardous waste site for citizens to dispose of
hazardous chemicals and electronic equipment in the proper manner.
The Fayette County Commission requested funds to purchase six feral hog traps to be given to landowners where
the swine were causing damage and to ask that they follow up with basic record of hogs trapped and disposed of by date.
A meeting was held with the property owners to discuss the proper use of the traps.
The Lamar County Board of Education utilized Tombigbee RC&D Funds to renovate the press box at Sulligent High School
Greene County Foster & Adoptive Parents utilized RC&D Funds to provide structured tutoring to area students in the
afternoons and on weekends as needed and to provide computer access to imagine what they could accomplish when
they believed in themselves.
Southern Academy utilized RC&D Funds to bring their non-fiction books up-to-date.
The Fayette County Commission received RC&D Funds to build a security wall in the reception area of the
Fayette County Extension Office.
Students at Crestmont Elementary School learn how pollutants affect the environment during an EnviroScape
demonstration by Susan Wesson of Tombigbee RC&D.
The Tuscaloosa County Natural Resource Planning Committee presented a natural resource field day at
Oakmulgee WMA on Thursday, March 10th. Turkey research, long leaf burn management, feral hog management
and deer research were discussed by natural resource professionals.
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