The Watershed Foundation is pleased to announce Brad Clayton as the newest Watershed Conservationist joining Sam St. Clair and Scott Zeigler. Brad is a North Webster native, who graduated from Oklahoma State University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in Plant and Soil Science. Brad has worked both with producers as a Yield-Pro Specialist with Harvest Land Co-op in Jay County Indiana, as well as in Oklahoma as a member of the Oklahoma State University Wheat Improvement Team. Currently he is the Education, Social Media, and Public Relations Manager at his family’s business Clayton Garden Center. Brad is also an Associate Supervisor for the Kosciusko Soil and Water Conservation District as well as the KSWCD representative on the Arrow Head Country Resource Conservation and Development Council.
TWF Watershed Conservationists help identify pollution sources in the Upper Tippecanoe River watershed and work in collaboration with landowners to implement solutions. TWF offers cost-share programs for best management conservation practices regarding soil health and water quality, based on priority areas and pollutants of concern in those areas. If you are interested in learning about our conservation efforts or meeting with a Watershed Conservationist on your property, contact The Watershed Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org or 574/834-3242.