Daton Fleury Celebrates 50 Years on the Conservation District Board

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Daton Fleury joined the Franklin County Conservation District as a Supervisor in 1968. He oversaw the completion of the Vermont Soil Survey in 1975 (pictured above, center) and has been a grass-based dairy farmer, maple sugarmaker, and reliable leader of resource conservation for his whole life. Daton also serves on the Board of the Missisquoi River Basin Association. We thank and congratulate Daton for his service, and wish him many more years of good health and guidance to the District. Thanks Daton!

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