NRCS is an agency of the United States Department of Agriculture. NRCS staff is available in all 95 Tennessee counties to provide assistance to landowners through cost share programs that promote conservation of our natural resources.
    Chip Rose, District Conservationist

Chip was previously employed with the Giles County Soil Conservation District as a District Technician for 7.5 years. As of October 2015 he has been assigned to the Centerville NRCS staff as a Soil Conservationist. In that position he will be covering multiple counties including Hickman, Perry, Lewis, Lawrence, and Giles. He has been a resident of Giles County all his life; with the exception of the time he spent in Martin, TN where he received a B.S. degree in Natural Resources Management with a concentration in Wildlife Biology from the University of Tennessee at Martin. For program or technical assistance please feel free to contact him via the form below.


Brandon Gandy - Soil Conservation Technician


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