Officials at the planting of the 10-millionth pine in Henderson County, on the Lexington School yard.View Full Item in Tennessee State Library & Archives
(l-r) Mr. D. M. Thorpe, University of Tennessee Asst. District Agent; Tom Markham, Asst. State Forester; J. O. Hazard, Director of Forestry; Bill Wilson, Henderson County Agent.
Frank McBride standing in a five-year-old loblolly pine plantation near Madisonville, Tenn. McBride is chairman of the Monroe County Soil Conservation…C. M. Henninger, SCSView Full Item in Tennessee State Library & Archives
View of a 4-year-old loblolly pine growing in a large gully on the Jim Tucker farm. Viewing the tract is J.C. Corbitt, SCS Work Unit Conservationist.Willie Westbrook, SCSView Full Item in Tennessee State Library & Archives
Tucker is director of the Watershed District; 734 acres of similar land were contributing tons of sediment to the bottom land of Thompson Creek prior to the initiation of the PL-566 Watershed Project.