From left are Madison County Planning and Development Administrator Matt Brandmeyer, Madison County Chairman Kurt Prenzler, Madison County stormwater coordinator and Grantfork Mayor Steve Brendel, Troy Mayor Allen Adomite HeartLands Conservancy CEO Mary Vandevord, Rachael Murtaugh of NGRREC, Janet Buchanan of HeartLands Conservancy, Miles Corcoran of NGRREC, Robert Hilgenbrink of HeartLands Conservancy, and Rick Macho, formerly of the Madison County Soil & Water Conversation District.
From left are Madison County Planning and Development Administrator Matt Brandmeyer, Madison County Chairman Kurt Prenzler, Madison County stormwater coordinator and Grantfork Mayor Steve Brendel, Troy Mayor Allen Adomite HeartLands Conservancy CEO Mary Vandevord, Rachael Murtaugh of NGRREC, Janet Buchanan of HeartLands Conservancy, Miles Corcoran of NGRREC, Robert Hilgenbrink of HeartLands Conservancy, and Rick Macho, formerly of the Madison County Soil & Water Conversation District. Provided
From left are Madison County Planning and Development Administrator Matt Brandmeyer, Madison County Chairman Kurt Prenzler, Madison County stormwater coordinator and Grantfork Mayor Steve Brendel, Troy Mayor Allen Adomite HeartLands Conservancy CEO Mary Vandevord, Rachael Murtaugh of NGRREC, Janet Buchanan of HeartLands Conservancy, Miles Corcoran of NGRREC, Robert Hilgenbrink of HeartLands Conservancy, and Rick Macho, formerly of the Madison County Soil & Water Conversation District. Provided

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