RIO GRANDE-PECOS RIVER SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT #237
 
     The Rio Grande-Pecos River Soil & Water Conservation District #237 was established in 1944 and contains 1,823,538 acres. It is divided into five subdivisions with five directors, one from each zone, elected every four years. Portions of Pecos, Brewster and Terrell Counties lie within the district boundaries.
 
     The entire district is mostly dedicated to range, wildlife and recreation land, except for a few acres of irrigated pastureland along the Pecos River and Independence Creek.
 
    
CURRENT DIRECTORS:
 
N.M. Mitchell  1965 - present
B. Ross Stavely  1984 - present
Jon Tom Lowrance 2007 - present
Gilbert Bell  1972 - present
Charles Stegall  1974 - present
 
Rio Grande-Pecos River SWCD #237
P.O. Box 427
Sanderson, Texas 79848
(432) 345-2595
 
Contact: Cheryl Seidel
 
     The Rio Grande-Pecos River SWCD #237 prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital or family status.

 
"An Equal Opportunity Employer"
 
Sanderson, Texas ~ Terrell County
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