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Mr. Lee McDaniel Davis

Chairman

Harford Community College

HQ Phone: (443) 412-2000

Harford Community College

401 Thomas Run Road

Bel Air, Maryland 21015

United States

Company Description

A commemorative art exhibition of portrait paintings of the fallen uniformed rescue workers 9-11. The intention of the project is to have professional artists paint portraits of fallen rescue workers of 9-11 and to donate these paintings to the families o... more

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Affiliations

Board Member
NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Board Member
Vice President & NACD Alternate

First Vice President
National Association of Conservation Districts

Member
EPA Farm Ranch

Member
Rural Communities Committee

Education

BS
Agricultural Economics
Cornell University

Web References (149 Total References)


NACD Officers | About

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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.


Lee McDaniel, First Vice ...

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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.


Lee McDaniel, First Vice ...

www.nacdnet.org [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.


SAN ANTONIO - Lee McDaniel, ...

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SAN ANTONIO - Lee McDaniel, prominent Harford County beef and grain farmer and conservationist, appears to be on the path to the presidency of the National Association of Conservation Districts. At the NACD's recent annual meeting in San Antonio, McDaniel was elected first vice president for 2014. Associates said that under traditional procedures within NACD, he would advance to president-elect in the 2015 and president in 2016. McDaniel has a long and honored association with agricultural conservation. At the NACD annual meeting in February of 2012 in Las Vegas, he was honored with the prestigious President's Award, one of highest forms of recognition bestowed by the nation's largest private lands conservation organization McDaniel is deeply involved in conservation issues both locally and nationally. He served on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Farm, Ranch and Rural Communities Advisory Committee from 2010 to 2011 He manages the 850-acre family-owned and operated Indian Spring Farms and has been recognized as the Harford Soil Conservation Farmer of the Year. He also serves as chairman of the Harford Soil Conservation District and was president of the Maryland Association of Conservation Districts from 2005 to 2009.


American Farm :: Local officials pledge to alert Vilsack of CSP case

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Lee McDaniel, National Association of Conservation Districts executive board member and chairman of the Harford County Soil Conservation District Board, said he - like others concerned about case - were told by NRCS officials that the appeals process would play out and things would take care of themselves. "Well, the process has been taken pretty far down the line and it hasn't take care of itself," McDaniel said.

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At the top of their list, McDaniel said, is that farmers will lose confidence in participating in conservation programs and suffer setbacks to any Chesapeake Bay restoration efforts. "Farmers aren't going to sign up for anything if they're worried about NRCS not keeping its word or changing something after the fact," McDaniel said.
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Both Hance and McDaniel said even more than the issue of repaying the money to NRCS is restoring the reputation of the farmers, who may be viewed by some outside the farm community as defrauding the government.

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