N.C. Soil and Water Commission member

NC Soil and Water Commission member

Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Michael A. Duncan, of Wilkesboro, far right, swears in Brian Parker, second from right, as a member of the N.C. Soil and Water Commission during the March 7 Wilkes County commissioners meeting. To Parker’s right are, right to left, Kim Parker, his wife; Haley Parker, his daughter; Courtney Parker Tevepaugh, his daughter; Liam Tevepaugh, his grandson (held by Courtney Tevepaugh); Lance Parker, his son; Mary Parker, his mother; and Don Parker, his father. The seven-member commission oversees voluntary state soil and water conservation programs focused on improving and protecting water quality and natural resources. It also determines cost share allocations to the state’s 96 conservation districts.

Gov. Roy Cooper appointed Brian L. Parker of Parkers Farm Road in the Broadway community to represent western North Carolina as a member of the N.C. Soil and Water Commission in January.

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