Celebrate 75 years of Conservation with us at our 75thAnnual Meeting and Supervisor Election!
When: Thursday, November 3, 2022
Where: The Connection – Conference & Event Center
1034 Country Club Dr., Wooster, OH 44691
Time: Supervisor Election/Voting: 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Buffet Meal: 6:30p.m.
Presentations/Speaker/Awards/Door Prizes: 7:00p.m. – 8:30p.m.
Our speaker, Wayne County writer and ag historian Paul Locher, will share from his collection of antique traditional farm tools. (Be sure to check out his display during social hour and try to guess the use of some of these “mystery items.”)
Ticket Change: We will NOT be printing tickets this year!
Simply check-in at the table to receive two door prize tickets.
RSVP with the Annual Meeting Registration Form & payment by Tuesday, October 18, 2022
click this link: Annual Meeting Registration Form
We will have a buffet style meal* consisting of: Asiago Chicken, Beef Medallions, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Salad, Dessert & Beverage
Cost of each meal: $15.00 (*Menu subject to change)
Dustin lives in Milton Township where he farms 110 acres of corn and soybeans and guides his kids in raising their 4H animals. Conservation practices used on the farm are continuous no-till, cover crops, grassed waterways, and buffer strips.
He is a Certified Crop Advisor and is currently a full time sales agronomist at Tyler’s Grain & Fertilizer Company. Dustin earned the “4R Nutrient Management Specialist Certification” under the CCA program.
Dustin and his wife of 17 years, Rachel, have three children, Brianna 13, Dillon 11 and Benjamin 8.
Scott and his wife Charlene live in Milton Township. Between owning and renting, Scott and his family operate a 1,280 acre certified organic dairy farm growing corn, soybeans, wheat, rye, and alfalfa/grass pastures.
They have 300 milking cows, 30 dry, 330 heifers and market all of their milk through Organic Valley.
Conservation practices include: waterways, spring developments, 1400 ft. heavy use cattle access lane, Comprehensive Nutrient Management Plan, 250,000 gallon manure storage structure, livestock stream exclusion, woodland management, riparian buffers, and cover crops on all acres.
Scott is a member of the Apostolic Christian Church and the Wayne County Farm Bureau. He is on the board of directors for Organic Valley.
Scott and Charlene have eight children: Doyle & Naomi, Lynelle & Craig, Nelson & Jessica, Warren & Erika, Tobias, Clark, RoseMary, Melody and 14 grandchildren.