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Capitol Grange Secretary Farrell elected to Wake Soil and Water Conservation District

On November 8th 2022, voters in Wake County elected Beth Pugh Farrell to the Wake Soil and Water Conservation District. Farrell is a member of the Capitol Grange and has served as Secretary of the organization for several years.

Voters also re-elected Jenna Wadsworth to the Wake Soil and Water Conservation District.

The organization assists landowners and land users in managing soil, water, plants and wildlife effectively. In addition to dedicated technical assistance, financial assistance is also provided through state and federal cost share programs to support the implementation of best management practices (BMPs) to protect the land of Wake County and all that it supports.

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