Bray honored for 30 years of service to conservation district

By on June 14, 2018

Larry Bray, long-time chairman of the Dare Soil and Water Conservation District, is congratulated by Ann Daisey.

Larry Bray, longtime board chairman of Dare Soil and Water Conservation District, was recently recognized at the by the Dare County Board of Commissioners.

Bray, a leader and advocate for protecting Dare County’s natural resources, retired after 30 years of service.

For three decades, Bray was a dedicated volunteer conservationist who continuously sought to improve and protect Dare County’s soil and water. He also implemented many outreach programs, including the annual fifth-grade bookmark contest, currently in its 12th year.

“We need more people like Larry in the world and in Dare County. Our livelihood depends on clean water and our natural resources, and who knows where we would be without advocates like him,” Dare County Soil and Water Community Conservationist Ann Daisey said during the presentation.

“On behalf of Dare County and the Dare Soil and Water Conservation District and board supervisors, we thank Larry Bray for his 30 years of service improving, protecting and conserving Dare County’s natural resources,” Daisey said.

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