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PYLE RECEIVES NRCS SERVICE
Annual Conservation Planning
Landon Pyle, Rangeland Management Specialist in the Junction Field Office, has been awarded a plaque in recognition of five years’ service with the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).
In 2017, Pyle marks his seventh year with NRCS. He began his career with NRCS in 2010, serving his first year in the San Saba Field Office. Pyle then worked three years in the Kerrville FO before his transfer to Junction in 2014.
He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology from the University of Oklahoma, as well as a Master of Science degree in Animal Science from Angelo State University, with emphasis in range and wildlife management.
Originally from Weatherford, Pyle has a ranching background and is active in managing his family’s farming, ranching, deer management and hunting enterprises.
His wife Lindee is an RN, who works full time at Concho County Hospital in Eden and is a PRN at Shannon Hospital in San Angelo. They are parents of three-year-old twin boys, Parker and Pacer. The family lives on Pyle’s family ranch near Eden. When he has time off, Pyle enjoys salt-water fishing from his boat in the Gulf of Mexico, so the family likes to spend their holidays on the Texas coast at their family’s Rockport home.
Pyle is an NRCS Nutrient Management Specialist. “This allows me to create nutrient management plans on pasture and cropland. Within these plans I can make specific recommendations to help producers reach their ultimate yield goals from a crop production standpoint,” he said. “I’m passionate about our natural resources and working with farmers, ranchers and wildlife folks to keep them sustainable.”
In the Junction NRCS FO, Pyle joins District Conservationist Dandy Kothmann and Alfredo Muñoz, RMS, in delivering technical conservation assistance to landowners in Kimble County and administering federal programs designed to improve and enhance rangeland and wildlife habitat.
For assistance in environmental and natural resource concerns, conservation, restoration or range and wildlife habitat management, contact the NRCS or Upper Llanos SWCD at 325-446-2717, ext 3, or stop by the office at 522 Main Street in Junction. www.ulswcd.com.
Junction, Texas, August 2, 2017—The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Texas’ Kimble County and the Upper Llanos Soil and Water Conservation District cordially invite the public to attend their FY18 Local Working Group (LWG) meeting August 9, 2017, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m at the Kimble County Courtroom.
The purpose of this annual LWG meeting is to set local conservation priorities and bring conservation stakeholders together to discuss conservation topics and issues relevant to helping Kimble County farmers and ranchers better conserve on-farm natural resources.
Junction Field Office staff, left to right: Dandy Kothmann, NRCS District Conservationist; Alfredo Muñoz, NRCS Rangeland Management Specialist and Landon Pyle, NRCS RMS.
ULSWCD's partnership with NRCS provides landowners with expert technical advice. Whether you need help on a specific issue, want a conservation plan for your property or need to apply for a federal program, NRCS personnel in our Junction Field Office are available.
Dandy Kothmann District Conservationist
Alfredo Muñoz Rangeland Management Specialist
Landon Pyle Rangeland Management Specialist
522 Main Street, Junction, TX
325-446-2717 ext 3