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Ronald Marlow

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Little League

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Little League

539 U.S. Route 15 Highway

Williamsport, Pennsylvania,17701

United States

Company Description

Little League® Baseball and Softball is the world's largest organized youth sports program, with 2.4 million players and one million adult volunteers in every U.S. state and more than 80 other countries. Founded in 1939, more than 35 million people around the ...more

Background Information

Employment History

National Water Management Engineer

SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION SOCIETY INCORPORATED


Associate Deputy Chief for Science and Technology

U.S. Department of Agriculture


Affiliations

Irrigation Association

Member


National Society of Professional Engineers

Member


National Association of Conservation Districts

Member


American Society of Agricultural Engineers

Member


Education

BS

Agricultural and Biological Engineering

North Carolina State University


Web References(11 Total References)


IA Names Ronald Marlow, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Services, ‘Person of the Year’

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IA Names Ronald Marlow, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Services, ‘Person of the Year'Falls Church, VA - The Irrigation Association® (IA) has named Ron Marlow, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), as its 2003 Person of the Year Award recipient.The award will be presented to Marlow at the IA's 24th Annual Irrigation Show in San Diego during the annual Keynote Breakfast on November 19, 2003.Established in 1952, this distinctive honor is awarded to a person outside of the irrigation industry who has made outstanding contributions toward the further acceptance of sound irrigation practices.IA members and the irrigation industry nominate candidates for this prestigious award to the IA Awards and Honor Committee.Marlow supervises guides and provides oversight of technical activities to over 100 engineering and related discipline specialists in the NRCS Conservation Engineering Division, National Water and Climate Center, National Water Management Center, and National Design, Construction and Soil Mechanics Center.Marlow is deeply involved in the development and dissemination of engineering and water resource technologies and standards for the prevention of flooding and pollution, as well as the development, protection and enhancement of the environment.Prior to 2001, Marlow served as a National Water Management Engineer at the NRCS where he provided technical expertise, leadership and coordination for its water management activities.His involvement in water management included activities linked to irrigation, drainage, protection and restoration of wetlands and related water resource issues.Marlow was active in the updating and development of technologies used nationally in the field of water management, including handbooks, technical materials and software.His additional career accomplishments include the coordination of USDA activities with the Western Water Policy Review Advisory Commission among all USDA agencies.He also served as the NRCS liaison to the Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) and the "Bridging-the-Headgate" Partnership and managed the USDA role in the establishment of the Western Drought Coordination Council.Marlow provided exemplary service to the industry in his role as NRCS liaison to the Irrigation Association in the early 1990s.Marlow was an Honors Graduate from North Carolina State University, earning a BS in Agricultural and Biological Engineering in 1971.He spent four years in the Air Force, serving as a Captain at McConnell AFB in Wichita, Kansas as a Titan II ICBM Combat Crew Commander.He has also been a Registered Professional Engineer, North Carolina, since 1981.Marlow is greatly respected in the industry for establishing and cultivating a partnering and liaison role with universities, private organizations, and federal, state, and local government agencies.Family and community involvement is also important to Marlow, who serves as a Sunday school instructor and Little League Coach in Fairfax Station, Virginia.By his willingness to serve both professionally and personally, Marlow has advanced the industry and its end-users by promoting sound irrigation practices.


IA Names Ronald Marlow, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Services, 'Person of the Year'

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IA Names Ronald Marlow, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Services, 'Person of the Year'Falls Church, VA - The Irrigation Association® (IA) has named Ron Marlow, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), as its 2003 Person of the Year Award recipient.The award will be presented to Marlow at the IA's 24th Annual Irrigation Show in San Diego during the annual Keynote Breakfast on November 19, 2003.Established in 1952, this distinctive honor is awarded to a person outside of the irrigation industry who has made outstanding contributions toward the further acceptance of sound irrigation practices.IA members and the irrigation industry nominate candidates for this prestigious award to the IA Awards and Honor Committee.Marlow supervises guides and provides oversight of technical activities to over 100 engineering and related discipline specialists in the NRCS Conservation Engineering Division, National Water and Climate Center, National Water Management Center, and National Design, Construction and Soil Mechanics Center.Marlow is deeply involved in the development and dissemination of engineering and water resource technologies and standards for the prevention of flooding and pollution, as well as the development, protection and enhancement of the environment.Prior to 2001, Marlow served as a National Water Management Engineer at the NRCS where he provided technical expertise, leadership and coordination for its water management activities.His involvement in water management included activities linked to irrigation, drainage, protection and restoration of wetlands and related water resource issues.Marlow was active in the updating and development of technologies used nationally in the field of water management, including handbooks, technical materials and software.His additional career accomplishments include the coordination of USDA activities with the Western Water Policy Review Advisory Commission among all USDA agencies.He also served as the NRCS liaison to the Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) and the "Bridging-the-Headgate" Partnership and managed the USDA role in the establishment of the Western Drought Coordination Council.Marlow provided exemplary service to the industry in his role as NRCS liaison to the Irrigation Association in the early 1990s.Marlow was an Honors Graduate from North Carolina State University, earning a BS in Agricultural and Biological Engineering in 1971.He spent four years in the Air Force, serving as a Captain at McConnell AFB in Wichita, Kansas as a Titan II ICBM Combat Crew Commander.He has also been a Registered Professional Engineer, North Carolina, since 1981.Marlow is greatly respected in the industry for establishing and cultivating a partnering and liaison role with universities, private organizations, and federal, state, and local government agencies.Family and community involvement is also important to Marlow, who serves as a Sunday school instructor and Little League Coach in Fairfax Station, Virginia.By his willingness to serve both professionally and personally, Marlow has advanced the industry and its end-users by promoting sound irrigation practices.


Success Stories | NOWCC

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Ron Marlow, former Associate Deputy Chief for the Natural Resources Conservation Service at USDA, talks about origins and the impact the ACES Program has had on NRCS operations.


Person of the Year - Irrigation Association Awards Program

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Ronald Marlow
USDA-NRCS


April Session 1.1_Marlow | Excellence in Government 2009

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Session 1.1 - Ronald Marlow
Retired Associate Deputy Chief for Science and Technology Natural Resources Conservation Service, United States Department of Agriculture As Associate Deputy Chief for Science and Technology from 2004 until 2008, Ron led, in a shared and supporting role with the Deputy Chief, a staff of nearly 300 highly skilled specialists and managers to support all technical and scientific activities of the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in implementing an annual private lands conservation program in excess of two billion dollars. This staff included directors of eight technical centers and four national headquarters divisions and leadership for the Technical Service Provider initiative and pilot project for the Agriculture Conservation Experience Services Program. From 2001 to 2004, Ron was Director of the Conservation Engineering Division, providing leadership, guidance and oversight to over 100 engineering and related discipline specialists that encompass NRCS's Conservation Engineering Division and four technical centers. Beginning in 1975, Ron served in various positions with Soil Conservation Service (SCS) in North Carolina, Utah, Arizona, and Washington, DC prior to serving as the National Water Management Engineer from 1995 to 2001. He was named The Irrigation Association's 2003 Person of the Year. After graduating from North Carolina State University with a B.S. in Biological and Agricultural Engineering in 1971, he served four years in the U.S. Air Force as a Titan II Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Launch Officer. He is a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers, the American Society of Agricultural Engineers, the Soil and Water Conservation Society, the National Association of Conservation Districts, and The Irrigation Association. He currently resides in Fairfax Station, Virginia with his wife, Ann, and their son, Ryan, and is active in church, community, and professional activities.


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