Frank Cochran is the NRCS District Conservationist for three counties in east-central Alabama.
He started working with the NRCS as a Soil Conservationist in 2011 after finishing up graduate school at Auburn University in 2010.
His research was centered on soil quality/health, soil variation, and management use impacts across five land uses including the native Longleaf Pine-Wiregrass ecosystem.
A North Georgia native, he is interested in gardening, animal husbandry, self-reliance, Liberty, outdoor adventures, and spending time with family and friends. Frank is a MSB member and an avid listener to TSP for nearly 5 years.
Join Frank and I Today to Discuss…
- What exactly does the NRCS do
- What are the roots of the NRCS
- What is the NRCS organic initiative
- Who can apply
- What is the process to get NRCS assistance
- Is the NRCS are regulatory agency
- How can producers have a voice with the NRCS
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