Conservation Expo

Jeff Brister, with the federal Natural Resources Conservation Service, was one of several speakers to talk about conservation resources at the 2022 Bell County Conservation Expo Thursday. The expo was hosted by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension office in Bell County.

BELTON — Protecting and preserving natural resources and ecosystems was the purpose of a gathering Thursday outside of Belton.

The 2022 Bell County Conservation Expo, organized by the local Texas A&M AgriLife Extension office, was held at the Summer Mills Retreat and Conference Center and was aimed at new or smaller farmers in the region. Officials said they hoped the event would help those who may be interested in possible conservation efforts they could implement.

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