Memorandum of Understanding of Supervisors of the Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District, 1962
Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District Memorandum of Understanding, 1962
Seminole County (Fla.)
Memorandum of Understanding of the Board of Supervisors of the Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District for 1962. The organization began in 1948 with a goal to assist in agricultural interests. Over the years, the Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District began to also concentrate on the development and management of recreational enterprises. Their interests also entailed inventory and evaluations for land uses and solving issues concerning soil and water resources. The five page Memorandum of Understanding from 1962 details a broad program of assistance to farmers, ranchers, and landowners including soil and water conservation, watershed protection, flood prevention, farm forestry, rural areas development. The Memorandum of Understanding references goals pertaining to research, education, technical assistance, cost sharing, credit, and cooperation. The Memorandum discusses assistance to the Seminole Soil Conservation District in conserving and improving soil, water, vegetation, wildlife, and related resources and in reducing damage by floods and sedimentation.
Original 5-page typewritten report by the Board of Supervisors of the Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District,1962: Folder SSWCD Statistical and Historical Information, 1948-1977, Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District, Sanford, Florida.
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Digital reproduction of original 5-page typewritten report by the Board of Supervisors of the Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District, 1962.
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Folder SSWCD Statistical and Historical Information, 1948-1977, 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 Ralph Hammond.
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