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David R. Simpson

District Conservationist

NRCS

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NRCS

Background Information

Employment History

Director, Information Management

USDA

Education

Bachelor's of Science degree

Natural Resources Management

Humboldt State University

Web References (17 Total References)


USDA Field Office and SJCRCD Staff Biographies

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Dave Simpson, District Conservationist, serves at the United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), Stockton Service Center. Dave has worked with the NRCS for more than twenty-five years. He came to the Stockton Service Center in 1990 after working with the NRCS in Sacramento County. Dave holds a Bachelor's of Science degree from Humboldt State University in Natural Resources Management. Outside of the Stockton Service Center, Dave farms 25 acres of wine-grapes in the Lodi area.


USDA Field Office and SJCRCD Staff Biographies

www.sjcrcd.org [cached]

Dave Simpson, District Conservationist, serves at the United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), Stockton Service Center. Dave has worked with the NRCS for more than twenty-five years. He came to the Stockton Service Center in 1990 after working with the NRCS in Sacramento County. Dave holds a Bachelor's of Science degree from Humboldt State University in Natural Resources Management. Outside of the Stockton Service Center, Dave farms 25 acres of wine-grapes in the Lodi area.


Recordnet.com: Runoff coalition deadline Dec. 31

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"Dec. 31 is a drop-dead date, and if you don't join a coalition on or before that day, then you, the farmer, need to have a wastewater-discharge permit, which is astronomically expensive," said David Simpson, district conservationist with the U.S. Natural Resources Conservation Service in Stockton.


Recordnet.com: Runoff coalition deadline Dec. 31

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"Dec. 31 is a drop-dead date, and if you don't join a coalition on or before that day, then you, the farmer, need to have a wastewater-discharge permit, which is astronomically expensive," said David Simpson, district conservationist with the U.S. Natural Resources Conservation Service in Stockton.


WaterWorld - Runoff coalition deadline Dec. 31: Owners of irrigated farmland encouraged to join

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"Dec. 31 is a drop-dead date, and if you don't join a coalition on or before that day, then you, the farmer, need to have a wastewater-discharge permit, which is astronomically expensive," said David Simpson, district conservationist with the U.S. Natural Resources Conservation Service in Stockton.

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