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Lee D. McDaniel

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Chairman

Harford Soil Conservation District
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • BS , Agricultural Economics
    Cornell University
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News & Notes : Deer Creek Watershed Association
deercreekwatershed.com, 13 June 2014 [cached]
Lee McDaniel, NACD Executive Board Member and Deer Creek Watershed Association past president and board member from Darlington, Md., was honored with the prestigious President's Award - one of highest forms of recognition bestowed by the nation's largest private lands conservation organization.
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"Someone who has been truly instrumental in helping us make the advances we have is Lee McDaniel. Whenever there's been a challenge or an opportunity, Lee has stepped up to the plate and gone above-and-beyond for the cause of conservation."
McDaniel, a beef and crop farmer, is deeply involved in conservation issues both locally and nationally. McDaniel serves on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Farm, Ranch and Rural Communities Advisory Committee. He manages family-owned and operated Indian Spring Farms and has been recognized as the Harford Soil Conservation Farmer of the Year. He currently serves as chairman of the Harford Soil Conservation District.
Lee McDaniel, ...
www.nacdnet.com, 16 April 2014 [cached]
Lee McDaniel, President-elect, operates his family's Indian Spring Farm in Darlington, Maryland. He has served on the Harford Soil Conservation District Board since 1997, elected as Chairman since 2005. He has served two terms as President of the Maryland Association of Soil Conservation Districts from 2005 to 2009. He has been involved on the national level since 2005, serving on the Board of Directors and the Executive Board. McDaniel is a graduate of Cornell University, with a BS in Agricultural Economics.
McDaniel and his wife Connie, a retired school teacher, grow corn, soybeans and alfalfa hay on the 850 acre farming operation.
Lee McDaniel takes lead role ...
www.ncga.com, 16 Sept 2005 [cached]
Lee McDaniel takes lead role with MASCD
Lee McDaniel of Darlington, Maryland was elected president of the Maryland Association of Soil Conservation Districts (MASCD) at their recent Annual Meeting in Solomons, MD.Lee brings to this role, eight years experience as a district supervisor of the Harford Soil Conservation District (SCD) and four years as vice-president to MASCD.As the manager of the family,s 850 acre beef and crop farm since 1972, Lee understands the issues facing the agricultural clients of the districts.
,I am looking forward to working with the new leadership of Maryland,s conservation partnership,, said Lee, referring to the fact that USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service has just selected Ginger Murphy to serve as the new State Conservationist and Doug Scott has recently joined the Maryland Department of Agriculture as Assistant Secretary for resource conservation programs. ,I feel that there is a new desire to carry out Maryland,s conservation activities as a strong team and that is very encouraging as we work with local landowners,,
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Lee added.
Lee also understands that the role of the soil conservation districts is changing to meet the needs of the growing urban population.
According to Lee, ,Many individuals only see the districts as the agency that works with local farmers to prepare soil and water conservation plans and to install best management practices on farms.In fact, districts play a major role in urban programs, most significant is our role reviewing and approving sediment and erosion control plans, and our urban activities are expanding, even in our more rural districts.,
Lee has served as a volunteer for many organizations including serving as the vice-chairman of Harford Community College Board of Trustees, president of Harford Farm Bureau, chairman of the Lower Deer Creek Rural Legacy Board, and was the Harford Soil Conservation Farmer of the Year in 1989.Lee has a BS in agricultural economics from Cornell University.
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Lee replaces outgoing President Bob Wilson from Queen Anne,s SCD who served from 2001-2005.
Association : Deer Creek Watershed Association
deercreekwatershed.com, 13 June 2014 [cached]
Lee D. McDaniel
NACD Officers | About
www.nacdnet.org, 24 May 2013 [cached]
Lee McDaniel, First Vice President, operates his family's Indian Spring Farm in Darlington, Maryland. He has served on the Harford Soil Conservation District Board since 1997, elected as Chairman since 2005. He has served two terms as President of the Maryland Association of Soil Conservation Districts from 2005 to 2009. He has been involved on the national level since 2005, serving on the Board of Directors and the Executive Board. McDaniel is a graduate of Cornell University, with a BS in Agricultural Economics.
McDaniel and his wife Connie, a retired school teacher, grow corn, soybeans and alfalfa hay on the 850 acre farming operation.
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