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2009-11-19BETHANY, MO. | By: Wayman
Richard Fordyce was elected the head of the group by unanimous vote. The group establishes state policy and general programs for soil and water conservation through local districts. Fordyce farms 2,000 acres and row crops and an additional 1,000 acres of grass and hay. He also raises corn, soybean, wheat, and cattle. Fordyce also serves on the South Harrison school board. State DNR director says Fordyce will be able to provide taxpayers with one of the best cost-share programs in the nation.