–Julie MacSwain ARCSE launched its Facebook site in the summer of 2021. The engagement from the ARCSE membership and others is certainly appreciated. If you have any Historical Conservation Photos or NRCS photo memories that you’d like to share, please send Julie MacSwain, ARCSE Facebook Administrator, an email at: email@example.com. Include a photo in aContinue reading “ARCSE Facebook“
The information below was sent out recently by NRCS Chief Cosby to ALL NRCS employees. Note the content below: “One of my priorities is to cultivate a complete and diverse workforce that has the right tools, technologies, and training to achieve our mission. We are employing strategic recruitment and hiring practices to support this priority,Continue reading “National NRCS Hiring Video”
Join us in welcoming Kailey Thompson to the SWCS staff for the summer! As the Student Leader Project Intern, Kailey will work remotely to develop a conference session for students and assist in the operations of the 77th SWCS International Annual Conference. She will also work with our intern sponsor and partner, Association of RetiredContinue reading “Join us in welcoming Kailey Thompson to the ARCSE for the summer! ￼”
Facebook Engagement by Julie MacSwain Thank you ARCSE members for “liking” our ARCSE Facebook page. We are nearing 300 likes for our page. If you have any suggestions for content or pictures to share for “Throw Back Thursday,” please reach out to Julie MacSwain at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let’s keep in touch!
You are cordially invited to the ANNUAL ARCSE LUNCHEON MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 2022; 11:00 am – 1:30 pm (MTN) Ritz-CarltonThe Hall of Fame Room1881 Curtis StreetDenver, CO 80202 ARCSE members and guests are cordially invited to attend the ARCSE Annual meeting. The cost of the luncheon is $65. (tax and gratuity included). Ritz-Carlton – TheContinue reading “ANNUAL ARCSE LUNCHEON”
Arnold King The pandemic is slowly evolving into an endemic state due to advancements such as herd immunity, vaccinations, antivirals, and therapeutic technologies. The situation isn’t quite stable, but at least in my part of the world almost all of the deaths are among those having underlying conditions. Consequently, we are full steam ahead onContinue reading “From the President”
President Arnold King We are now almost two years into the COVID-19 pandemic. The origin of the virus remains a mystery, but the effects are real and will probably continue into the future. The good news is we are learning to live with the problem and keep people as safe as possible with vaccines andContinue reading “FROM THE PRESIDENT, January, 2022”