Jim Linne of White Clover Farm took home top honors at this years’ Annual Meeting by being named the 2016 Cooperator of the year by the Highland SWCD supervisors and staff. Linne was selected due to his devotion to agricultural and the determination to improve soil health and water quality throughout his operation. Linne has installed and utilized various conservation practices over the years. He are a well-respected leader in the agricultural industry and provides an outstanding example of how to incorporate conservation practices that will protect the natural resources of Highland County.
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