Cooperator Spotlight

Pettis County Soil & Water Conservation Cooperator of the Year

Jason Chamberlin and Board

Charles Hardy, Alan Ream, Jason Chamberlin, JR Chamberlin, David DIck and Brent Carpenter

Chamberlin Family

Charles Hardy, Alan Ream, Melissa Chamberlin, Jason Chamberlin, David Dick and Brent Carpenter

Ali and Ryland Chamberlin

Jason and JR Chamberlin and Family

Ali, Melissa, Jason, Ryland JR and Karen Chamberlin

David DIck

Pettis County SWCD Board 2012 Annual Meeting

Brent Carpenter. Secretary, Charles Hardy, Vice Chairman, David Dick, Chairman and Alan Ream, Member Not Pictured Mark Jones, Treasurer

Brent Carpenter

Brent Carpenter announcing Poster Contest Winners


1st Place Poster Contest Winner: Alex Swords and Charles Hardy

Shania Medrano

2nd Place Poster Contest Winner: Shania Medrano and Charles Hardy

Pettis County Soil & Water Conservation
Cooperator of the Year for 2009

2009 Cooperator of the Year

Board member Alan Ream congratulates Larry and Cindy Claycomb of Hughesville, Mo.

Pettis County Poster Contest Winners for 2009

2009 Poster Contest Winner

Board members: David Dick, Alan Ream and Mark Jones with first place winner Megan Osburn from Parkview Elementary School. Other winners were: second place Michael Garbuzov, third place Peyton Sharp,also from Parkview and Honorable mention was Brenda Bello from LaMonte Elementary.

Pettis County Soil and Water Conservation District
Cooperator Spotlight

Williams Farm Inc Coop of Year

2008 Cooperator of the Year

Williams Farm Inc.

David and his wife Janeene live south of Hughesville; they are the third generation on the family farm.  David has been no-tilling since 1993, and his farming operation consists of cow/calf operation and row crop. 

2007 Cooperator of the Year

Dean and Paula Guier

2007 Conservation Cooperator of the Year

The cooperator of the year award is given to someone who strives to improve and preserve the resources that they have today for tomorrow. This year's recipients are Dean and Paula Guier, and they continue to do just that. After being married in 1973, they started farming together. They have three children, Gregory, Krystal and Clint and a grandson Logan. Together they farm 1,000 acres and have over 100 head cow/calf operation. Although they are very busy, staying active in the community is also important to them. They also have shown a great deal of kindness toward humanity having been on several mission trips. Raising their children and working together has been their most valuable purpose.