Tulsa County Conservation District
The District Secretary provides a variety of office functions including outreach activities. Due to recent state budget cutbacks, the conservation districts have been left to provide more community outreach with very little staff. Tulsa is no exception. Tulsa’s District Secretary not only ensures proper function of the office, but also has lo serve as the Outreach Coordinator, District Manager, as well as the contact person between different agencies inside and out.
Natural Resources Conservation Service Tulsa Field Office Staff
Team 17 District Conservationist
The District Conservationist is the local NRCS representative assigned lo assist land users with the implementation of USDA programs in Team 17. Team 17 consists of 6 counties. Those counties are Tulsa, Mayes, Rogers, Wagoner, Okmulgee, and Muskogee. Some of the others duties in Team 17 include providing county soils information to farmers, ranchers, homeowners, developers, engineers, builders, tribes and units of governments. Also, developing conservation plans, providing land users with conservation planning and technical assistance, assisting with the development of outdoor classrooms, stabilizing eroded areas around bridges and county roads after heavy rainfall events, planning and conducting Urban Erosion and Sediment Control Workshops; working with land users on implementing “Backyard Conservation” practices; and administering the Earth Team volunteer program.
Soil Conservation Technician
Freddy began his career with Natural Resource Conservation Service in New Mexico in 1980. Since moving to Oklahoma in 1984, Freddy has worked in many NRCS Field Offices, Watershed Offices, and assisted Technical Offices. He has worked in many locations in Oklahoma, beginning in the northeast and working his way west. Freddy assists with conservation planning and designed conservation practices throughout Oklahoma.