Annual Report of the Board of Supervisors of the Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District,1969
Seminole Soil and Water Conservation Annual Report
Seminole County (Fla.)
The annual report of the Board of Supervisors of the Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District for 1969. In this year's report, the board gives an annual review of the accomplishments of the past and a summation of the objectives for the next year. The report acknowledges contributions from the Seminole County Board of Commissioners and the assistance of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Florida State Forestry Service. The report also discusses the 1969 Recreational Potential Appraisal meant to publicize areas within Seminole County with recreational or public attraction potential. Additionally, the report describes the popular use of ponds for water storage and stocking of fish, such as bream and black bass for recreational purposes. Nineteen ponds were constructed along with 22,000 feet of drainage ditches, and 90,000 feet of vegetable tiles. Finally, the report includes an appropriation ledger for office supplies and expenses for 1968 and 1969.
Linz, W. W.
Original 6-page typewritten report by the Board of Supervisors of the Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District,1969: Folder SSWCD Annual Reports, 1949-1975, Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District, Sanford, Florida.
Linz, W. W.
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Digital reproduction of original 6-page typewritten report by the Board of Supervisors of the Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District, 1969.
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Folder SSWCD Annual Reports, 1949-1974, Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District, Sanford, Florida.
Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District Collection, Seminole County Collection, RICHES of Central Florida.
5-page typewritten report
Seminole County, Florida
Originally created by the Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District and W. W. Linz.
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Linz, W. W. 1969. 1969 Annual Report of the Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District. Sanford, Florida.