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James H. Canterberry

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Background Information

Employment History

State Resource Conservationist

SCS.


State Resource Conservationist

NRCS


Affiliations

North Carolina

Representative


ARSCSE

Representative


SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION SOCIETY INCORPORATED

Member


Web References(5 Total References)


many meetings

www.arscse.org [cached]

Regrets but greetings were read from Mike Blaine (MO), Jim Lytton (UT), Jim Canterberry (NC), Bill Roth (KS), David Ralston (VA), Neil Bogner (VA), James Bennett (FL/OH), Jim Thorn (WV) and Ross Mellinger (WV).
Regrets were sent by JIM CANTERBERRY, WARREN (JIM) LYTTON, ART HOLLAND, ROSS MELLINGER (SC), KEITH SCHMUDE and DIXIE SHREVE. Retirees from the North Carolina State Staff held a breakfast December 2002.   Attending were (from left to right): Dick Gallo, Jim Canterberry, Rex Tracy, Coy Garrett, Dennis Berkstresser, John Garrett, Emmet Waller, Bob Horton, Harry Gibson. Among those attending were: Verne and Carolyn Bathurst, Jim and Gloria Doughty, Loren Elliott, Warren and Rita Fitzgerald, Bill and Lucille Lloyd, Harry Maker, John Mott, Jim and Wilma Newman, Gary and Jayne Nordstrom, Ed Nurmi, Doug Pease, Roger and Margaret Sharp. Among those attending were: Verne and Carolyn Bathurst, Jim and Gloria Doughty, Loren Elliott, Warren and Rita Fitzgerald, Bill and Lucille Lloyd, Harry Maker, John Mott, Jim and Wilma Newman, Gary and Jayne Nordstrom, Ed Nurmi, Doug Pease, Roger and Margaret Sharp. Jim and Wilma Newman have been living in Wickenburg, AZ since October 1998. Jim and Gloria Doughty have been full time RVers since Jim retired as SCS State Resource Conservationist in 1994. Jim and Gloria Doughty have been full time RVers since Jim retired as SCS State Resource Conservationist in 1994.


ARSCSE-CHRONICLES

www.arscse.org [cached]

By: Jim Canterberry
North Carolina (NC) ARSCSE Representative, Jim Canterberry, has done it again!   He wrote a wonderful story on one of the NC Senior Conservationists, J. Phillip Murray.   On the Senior's 87th birthday, Jim had an opportunity to visit with him about his World War II service as a B-24 co-pilot as well as his career with the Soil Conservation Service.   Excerpts from Jim's story follow. North Carolina representative, Jim Canterberry, has provided yet another fantastic chronicle.   This one touches on the early history of the conservation movement and a conservation pioneer. Enjoy!


news.swcs.org

The course will be taught by James H. Canterberry, Retired State Resource Conservationist, NRCS, and Dr. Maurice G. Cook, Professor Emeritus, Soil Science Department, North Carolina State University.


news.swcs.org

The course will be taught by James H. Canterberry, Retired State Resource Conservationist, NRCS, and Dr. Maurice G. Cook, Professor Emeritus, Soil Science Department, North Carolina State University.


News: Hurricane Floyd

www.swcs.org [cached]

Jim Canterberry of Cary, N.C., located outside of Raleigh, had been busy helping those who sustained damages, particularly in the Tar, Neuse, and Cape Fear River Basins.He had been working with the North Carolina Baptist Men, in conjunction with the American Red Cross, to provide lunch and supper to those who were flooded.He said there were nine disaster feeding units operated by the Baptist Men who were providing meals for those affected by Hurricane Floyd.Canterberry, an SWCS member for 42 years, and a retired State Resource Conservationist for NRCS, said his area sustained some wind damage and minor flooding, but not any real extensive damage.Most of the damage was in the coastal Carolina plains in eastern North Carolina that begins about 20 miles east of Raleigh."Some of these folks lost everything they had," he said.


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