• Flood damaged field

    Typical wash in cornfield on class four land caused by rain storm June 13, 1952. Corn rows were on tyhe contour.

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  • Spring water calculation

    Grady Griggs, area engineer for SCS, studies a spring in preparation for estimating flow volume. Located nine miles south of Woodbury.

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  • Dam under construction

    Lake spillway and "control section" being cut at end of dam. Control section thirty six inches long and thirty inches wide. Located twelve miles east of Woodbury.

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  • Renovating an old pasture

    Renovating old pasture by discing and fertilization and seeding mixture of grasses and clovers. Land had previously been with rooter. Located nine miles northeast of Woodbury.

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  • Removing trees from pastures

    Demonstration of how to kill unwanted trees in pasture and woodlands. Tree being treated is osage orange. Located one mile southwest of Auburntown.

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  • Spreading fertilizer and seed

    Fertilizer and seed being distributed by truck on field to be used for recreation. Seed and fertilizer donated by Rigsby's and Farmer's Co-op, and lime donated by Woodbury Stone Company. Project being…

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  • Kudzu for erosion control

    Four acre field of Kudzu set in spring of 1947.

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  • Valuable farmland flooded

    Bottom land field of fifty acres which recently sold for more than five hundred dollars per acre. Located five miles west of Woodbury.

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  • Sam Tucker's field of rye

    Sam Tucker in edge of field of rye and crimson clover being turned under for soil improvement.

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  • Third load of white tail

    This is the third load of white tail deer being released on privately owned land by the Tennessee Game and Fish Commission. Located twelve miles northeast of Woodbury.

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  • Self-propelled combine

    Ray Woods on self-propelled combine emptying grain bin into truck for transporting to market. Grain bin on combine holds fifty-five bushels and is transferred to truck in less than five minutes. Locat…

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  • Pond targeted for stocking

    One acre farm pond stocked with bluegill and redear this fall. Base will be stocked next summer. Located off Route 3 in Woodbury.

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  • Sycamore Creek threatens Vickers farm

    Sycamore Creek is undermining the road near Fate Vickers' farm.

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  • Preparing for channel improvement

    Stream channel planned for improvement this fall by removing growth of bushes, enlarging channel, and sloping the sides to prevent overflow of adjoining land. Located six miles west of Woodbury.

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  • Stream channel improvment

    Mr. Willis stands beside stream channel that will be improved in fall 1964 by realigning the channel and sloping the channel banks. Located two miles south of Bradyville.

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  • Working with an old Ford tractor

    Mr. Melton talking with tractor driver about building of the terrace. Located on Route 4 in Smithville, TN.

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  • Mr. Clement assesses a completed waterway

    W.L. Clement, WUC, is standing in sod waterway shaped with dozer in the spring of 1961 to prevent flooding from adjoining land. Waterway is seeded to fescue and ladino clover following shaping. Seven…

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  • Ellis Thomas in his alfalfa field

    Ellis Thomas is shown in four-acre field seeded to alfalfa this fall. Huntington soil, treated according to the recommendations based on soil tests. Located one mile southwest of Bradyville.

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  • Chopping corn

    Raymond Cooper, tractor operator, chopping corn silage from no-till planting made on grass sod. Yield eighteen tons per acre. Located twelve miles south of Woodbury.

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  • Yellow poplar seeding in winter

    Yellow poplar seeds in thirty-one inch square area of snow snow covered ground.

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