|About: Clair Klock's Biography|
Clair has been working for the Clackamas District for over 10 yrs. Clair's first position was as a Small Acreage/Rural Conservation Specialist and he is presently Senior Resource Conservationist. Clair has 35 years experience in farming operations and conservation education. He presently is specializing in rural conservation, which includes drainage, sediment control, weeds, mud, manure management, wildlife habitat design as well as consultations on increasing agricultural crop production and product marketing.
In his off time, he and his wife, Beverly, operates a small blueberry farm in the Columbia River Gorge. Clair also instructs conservation education on shipboard expeditions to all parts of the world. Clair is an ARCSA Accredited Professional that has assisted in ARCSA 100- and 200-Level classes and has instructed 4 hour "Introductory and Large Tanks rainwater harvesting” workshops for his conservation district. He is particularly well versed in use of Rainwater Harvesting for agricultural purposes.
12/5/2016 » 12/8/2016
12th Annual Conference - Reinventing Water Supplies
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