Clinton County NRCS Welcomes Norlando Veals!

Norlando has recently joined the St. Johns office as the NRCS soil conservation technician. He will be working with NRCS and District staff to assist landowners and operators in implementing conservation practices on their land. Working on Farm Bill programs such as the Environmental Quality Incentives Program or EQIP, the Conservation Stewardship Program or CSP, and the Conservation Reserve Program or CRP, Norlando will work to help producers apply for, contract, and implement different practices to conserve the natural resources we all use.

Norlando will surely bring new knowledge to not only our office but our county. Let’s give him a warm welcome!

Before moving to Michigan, Norlando worked for Indiana NRCS and also the Forest Service. Originally from Mississippi, he graduated from Alcorn State University where he played college football. He graduated with a degree in Ag Economics. At home, he enjoys hunting, fishing, coaching football, and mentoring.

*While our office remains closed to the public, both NRCS and District staff haven’t stopped providing technical and program assistance to producers. If you are interested in a Farm Bill program or would like a technical site visit on your farm, please call our office to get in touch with one of our technicians.*

Agriculture doesn’t stop, and we are here for you!