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Location: the farm of Tim and Deanna Rorick at 4710 S. Webster Rd., New Haven, IN
Phone: 260-484-5848 ext.3
“The interest toward rivers and riverfronts is a conversation that must happen at many
different levels…” said Dan Wire, Interim Executive Director of the Tri-State Watershed Alliance, “…by
virtue of the many faces and interests regarding the rivers the discussion must involve restoration and
water quality along with development. These are all potential economic boosts to the area as well.”
Dan is one of the key figures concerning river restoration and is a part of the RiverFront Fort Wayne Task
Force. Dan will be presenting information on the River District Master Plan process. The River District
Master Plan process is an excellent opportunity to develop awareness about our shared water resource
concerns within both urban and rural communities.
The USDA Spring Planting Intentions Report will be fresh off the newswire just hours before the 69th
Annual Allen County Soil and Water Conservation District Meeting. As a part of this announcement,
market analysts David Kohli and Jon Cavanaugh and Midwest Farm Matters program host, Rob Winters
will be on hand to interpret the report.
The Allen County Soil and Water Conservation District Annual Meeting will be held on the farm of Tim
and Deanna Rorick at 4710 S. Webster Rd., New Haven, IN on March 31 at 6:30 p.m. Dinner is
provided at no charge but donations are accepted. No reservations are necessary but are appreciated.
About the Allen County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD)
It is the mission of the SWCD to promote wise use of soil, water and other related resources.
The Allen County Soil and Water Conservation District, or SWCD, serves as a conduit for information
and assistance with all matters concerning soil and water conservation. The SWCD contributes
knowledge, expertise and program assistance to constituents in the county and works regularly across
county borders with other conservation groups. Conservation matters can be anything from agriculture
to development and stream restoration.
You can get more information by visiting us on the web at: www.allenswcd.org or by contacting the Allen
County SWCD directly at: 260-484-5848 ext.3
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