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Mr. Lee Davis McDaniel

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Phone: (508) ***-****  
Local Address:  Darlington , Maryland , United States
National Association of Conservation Districts
509 Capitol Court NE
Washington Dc , District of Columbia 20002
United States

Company Description: The National Association of Conservation Districts is the non-profit organization that represents the nation's 3,000 conservation districts and 17,000 men and women...   more

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  • BS , Agricultural Economics
    Cornell University
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NACD Officers | About [cached]
Lee McDaniel, 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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"The 'DIG IT - Secrets of Soil' project -- developed by NACD in collaboration with the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History and the Soil Science Society of America -- has been highly successful in reaching U.S. students to help them gain an appreciation for soil and the food and other products that come from it," said NACD President Lee McDaniel.
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"The President's proposed budget signals strong awareness in the administration that conservation practices are the key to our future as a nation and as a sustainable provider for the world's growing population," said NACD President Lee McDaniel.
"It puts more focus on programs and initiatives that will help us provide for a growing world population while building soil health, improving water quality and conserving wildlife habitat. We look forward to working with Congress to ensure conservation remains a priority in fiscal year 2017 appropriations."
Included in the budget is $860.374 million for Conservation Operations, an increase of $29 million over last year's request and $11 million more than was enacted. "This important increase in technical assistance through Conservation Operations will provide landowners with the knowledge and conservation tools they need to conserve, maintain, and improve our natural resources," McDaniel said.
"We are excited to see this level of commitment to conservation from the administration and look forward to working with the administration and Congress on priority programs like Conservation Operations, State and Private Forestry Programs, EPA 319 Grants, Watershed Operations, and Farm Bill Conservation Programs," McDaniel said.
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The NACD/NRCS Olin Sims Conservation Leadership Award was presented BY NRCS Chief Jason Weller and NACD President Lee McDaniel to Larry "Skip" Ahlgren and Diane Ahlgren of Winnett, Montana.
Earlier in the day, NRCS Chief Jason Weller and NACD President Lee McDaniel announced the winners of the 2015 Earth Team Awards: the Buffalo Conservation District from Marshall, Arkansas and the Academy of Arts, Careers and Technology High School (AACT HS) of Reno, Nevada.
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"We are pleased with FWS and the Interior's listing decision and their commitment to sound conservation practices based on locally-led initiatives, voluntary participation and funding assistance for local landowners and operators," said NACD President Lee McDaniel.
The successful rebound of sage grouse population and habitat can largely be attributed to the Sage Grouse Initiative (SGI) that was introduced in 2010. The initiative is a collaborative effort of USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS), Conservation Districts, state and federal agencies, and conservation, agriculture and wildlife organizations. It is a voluntary incentive-based approach that engages partners on public and private lands.
"The Sage Grouse Initiative has been a hallmark example of how fruitful coordinated conservation efforts can be when landowners and operators are brought into the conservation planning process early on and are encouraged to participate through an incentive-based approach as opposed to one of imposing harsh regulatory limitations" McDaniel said. In the past five years, conservation easements have increased 18-fold in priority landscapes that are critical habit areas for sage grouse and roughly 4.4 million acres of habitat have been conserved.
"This latest success in helping Greater Sage Grouse populations rebound is proof positive that locally-led voluntary, incentive-based conservation works," McDaniel said.
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