Natural Way

Grow an organic garden, raise a few head of beef and hogs, chickens are all heavy meat breed that lay brown eggs plan to have geese chickens and ducks for sale. Can not process any meat. animals must be sold live. can deliver them to the local butcher for you. Just getting started hope to expand in the future. All livestock and poultry is raised as natural as possible.Do not use steroids or growth hormones. Do use vaccines and medicate as needed. All fertilizer is natural. We try to combat insects with companion planting and timing and use an organic based bug spray as last resort.

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Steven West
6213 Necaise Anna Rd.
Perkinston, Mississippi  39573
Cell Phone: 228-493-8501


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Oklahoma Wildlife Alliance
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Protecting New Jersey's Sourland Region
D&R Greenway Land Trust and multiple partners have protected over 3,500 acres of habitat and natural resources in central New Jersey’s Sourlands region – with more preservation projects to come.

Puget Sound and Adjacent Waters Restoration Program
Puget Sound and Adjacent Waters Restoration Program provides assistance to agencies to restore the tributaries, waters, and shorelines of Puget Sound.

Puget Sound Shared Strategy
Using local conservation efforts already underway, the Shared Strategy is a ground-up approach to the development of a science-based, locally supported salmon recovery plan for Puget Sound.

Quabbin to Cardigan Collaborative
The Quabbin to Cardigan Collaborative is a multi-state, public/private effort to protect and connect large unfragmented forests in the Monadnock Highlands of Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

Restoration at Kankakee Sands
Restoration of both hydrology and native plants on fragments of farmland will add to a mosaic of stream, wetland, prairie and savanna.

Restoration Project at Alamatong Wellfield in Morris County
Partners target removal of invasive Russian olive shrub on 600-acre wellfield, a primary water source for over 470,000 Morris County residents and habitat for a variety of birds and insects.

Restoring bog turtle habitat in New York
Federal, state, and NGO partners are working together with private landowners to restore the wetland habitat of the threatened bog turtle.

Restoring Farmland in Nevada
Conservation partners are working to find ways, both vegetative and non-vegetative, to permanently protect farmland soils from wind erosion after irrigation water is removed.

Restoring Shaded Coffee Plantations in Puerto Rico
Project provides incentives and assistance to coffee growers to return “sun” coffee plantations to shade, improving environment and wildlife habitat.

Revegetation Project at Cape May National Wildlife Refuge
Study to evaluate cost-effective direct seeding techniques for restoring severely degraded site at former Coast Guard base into quality wildlife habitat along the Atlantic Flyway in New Jersey.

Rio Grande Basin Initiative
The Rio Grande Basin is a highly productive agricultural area, with irrigated agriculture claiming more than 85 percent of its water.

Roanoke Island Festival Park, NC Aquatic Habitat Restoration and Protection Project
Using effective partnerships, we restored 5-acres of marsh, seagrass, oysters, and maritime forest, opening new doors of cooperation between agencies and non-governmental organizations.

Salt Cedar Brush Management
Texas Landowners with federal cost-share funds are eradicating Salt Cedar in sections of the Canadian River to increase flow and benefit listed fish species.

Santa Ana River Watershed Program
The Santa Ana Watershed Association develops and implements programs that enhance and sustain the natural resources of the river for wildlife and people.

Saving Willamette Valley Species with CPR
The Cross Program Recovery Initiative (CPR) Initiative focuses on 11 listed and unlisted species where significant recovery is achievable over the next five years.

Scarborough Marsh Wetland Reserve Project
The 3,100-acre Scarborough Marsh Wildlife Management area, Maine's largest and most renowned salt marsh, is being restored in a 5-phased project, eliminating restrictions of natural tidal flows.

Seabird Protection Program
The Marine Corps Base Hawaii's Ulupa’u weapons range is the site for a collaborative effort to protect red-footed boobies through state-of-the-art conservation practices.

Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute at Northland College
In the spirit of Sigurd F. Olson, we facilitate solutions to environmental problems through education, research and citizen involvement.

Skagit Watershed Council: A Community Partnership for Salmon
Using a large and diverse membership, the Skagit Watershed Council has provided a successful forum for a collaborative and strategic approach to salmon habitat restoration and protection.

Skaneateles Lake
The City of Syracuse established the Skaneateles Lake Watershed Agricultural Program (SLWAP) in 1994, as an alternative to a costly filtration system required by the Safe Drinking Water Act.

Soap Lake Science and Community Collaborative
Science and education are bridging environmental goals and community economic development interests for the benefit of a unique natural resource.

Sonoita Valley Planning Partnership
Disparate and previously conflicted interests collaborated to develop a watershed-wide plan to promote ecological health, leading to the creation of the Las Cienegas National Recreation Area.

Sonoma Baylands Wetland Demonstration Project
Restoration of a 320-acre tidal salt marsh helped to pull a vital dredging project out of a quagmire of environmental issues.

South Florida Ecosystem Restoration
Governments, Tribes, NGO’s and others cooperate to restore the Everglades while addressing water supply and flood control needs of rapidly developing region.

Southeastern New Mexico Working Group
Goal: To create a conservation strategy for the lesser prairie chicken and the sand dune lizard that will lessen the need for federal protection while allowing for ranching and oil & gas development.

Southern Appalachian Elk Restoration
Restoration of elk to its historic eastern range is underway in the southern Appalachians, with elk populations in Kentucky now exceeding 5,550.

Southwest Alaska Salmon Habitat Initiative
The Southwest Alaska Salmon Habitat Initiative is a cooperative conservation program to allow willing landowners to sell inholdings along salmon rivers for conservation and public access purposes.

St. Clair Shores Waterfront Advisory Committee
Our goals are directed towards promoting better water quality, a cleaner Lake St. Clair and greater public awareness concerning our waterfront stewardship.

Stearns Farm Stream Restoration Project
This project is the restoration of an urban stream channel into a fully functioning headwater stream. This stream flows into Big Creek, the 3rd largest tributary to the Cuyahoga River.

Sterling Forest
Headwaters to Sterling Falls Gorge protected by 2,150-acre land purchase by Friends of Sterling Valley and the Sterling Falls Gorge Natural Area Trust.

Stewardship Network
By creating grassroots conservation communities, the Network increases capacity to care for natural lands and waters so that the sum of natural areas protection is greater than its parts.

Suisun Marsh Managed Wetlands Enhancement Project
Thanks to a major NAWCA grant, the Suisun Marsh Managed Wetlands Enhancement Project will help enhance and restore water quality at one of California's largest and most important natural wetlands.

Sun River Watershed
A watershed project established in 1996, that benefits all water users in the Sun River Basin

Suwannee River Partnership
The Partnership is working with producers to improve river water quality through a voluntary program of Best Management Practices (BMP) and verification.

Swamplovers Partnership
A 500 acre block of land in the Black Earth Creek watershed of rapidly developing Dane County has been protected along the Ice Age Trail.

Tapoco Hydroelectric Project
Historic legislation passed in October 2004 allowed relicensing of four Alcoa hydroelectric dams in Tennessee and North Carolina and advanced the protection of nearly 10,000 acres of wilderness lands.

Tar-Pamlico Basin Agricultural Management Strategy Reduces Instream Nutrients
Row crops and animal operations led to excessive nutrients in the estuary. It was added to the state’s 303(d) list for chlorophyll a.

Tern and Plover Conservation Partnership
Established in 1999, this Partnership protects river birds, prevents or resolves bird-industry conflicts, and educates and involves local communities.

Texas Master Naturalist Program
Master Naturalist volunteers provide education, outreach and service dedicated to beneficial management of natural resources and natural areas within their communities.

Thunderbird/Tajique Landscape Projects
Two landscape-scale projects with large partnerships are working to reduce fire hazard, improve forest health, and create jobs for community sustainability.

Uncompahgre Plateau Project
“UP” is a collaborative agency/community-based effort to restore the wildlife, native plants and natural ecological functions of the Uncompahgre Plateau.

Unique Partnership Impacts Wetland and Stream Health
The Kansas Alliance for Wetlands and Streams implements projects to restore and protect habitat and water quality in Kansas wetlands, streams, and riparian areas.

Upper Klamath Basin Working Group
A community stakeholder group created by Senator Mark O. Hatfield in 1996 to develop consensus solutions to complex agricultural and endangered species issues associated with water allocations.

Upper Mississippi River Basin
New drainage water management systems in the Midwest are improving water quality and wildlife habitat in the Mississippi River Basin.

Upper Snake River Land Conservation Project
The combined efforts of BLM, local landowners, and conservation organizations has conserved more than 14,000 acres of private land along Idaho's upper Snake River.

USDA, NRCS Partners with U.S. Army in New Jersey
Fort Dix and USDA, Natural Resources Conservation Service have partnered for eight years to protect water quality at an active military training base.

Utah Prairie Dog Recovery/Back From the Brink Program/Environmental Defense
This partnership's new approach has begun to show that private landowners will participate in the recovery of listed species, even controversial ones, given the right incentives.

Vulcan Materials Company Ruffner Mountain Nature Center
Wildlife team creates a nature center on mountain preserve providing students in Birmingham the opportunity to reach new educational heights.

Washington State Military Sustainability Program
The military sustainability program uses a multi-stakeholder process to integrate conservation and sustainable land practices into military operations.

Washington's Crossing
Near the very banks where George Washington launched his nation-defining attack, an 80,000-square-foot shopping plaza was planned.

West Branch Restoration Project, Arizona
West Branch landowners and Arizona Open Land Trust (now Arizona Land and Water Trust) partnered to restore and enhance wildlife habitat along the West Branch of the Santa Cruz River.

West Eugene Wetlands Partnership
An eight-organization partnership has implemented land acquisition, habitat restoration, environmental education and recreation facilities development over a 13-year period.

Wetlands Partnership
Project converts agricultural land to public wetland and wildlife management area.

White Mountain Apache Tribe
The White Mountain Apache Tribe has created innovative strategies for balancing economic development and resource conservation.

White Mountain Stewardship Project
A 10-year stewardship contract was awarded to thin 150,000 acres of forest to protect communities from wildfire and stimulate wood industry.

Wildlife Forever – Minnesota Twins Bass Fishing Classic
The Wildlife Forever - Minnesota Twins Bass Fishing Classic raises funds for natural resource conservation and youth education projects while promoting the conservation of Twin Cities Metro lakes.

Wildlife Forever State-Fish Art Contest
The State-Fish Art Contest has educated thousands of students nationwide about America’s fisheries, helping to creating knowledgeable future leaders of cooperative conservation efforts.

Wildlife Habitat Registry
To provide a web mapping tool to facilitate collaboration among wildlife biologist in federal, state, and tribal agencies and among NGO's involved in wildlife habitat projects.

Willamette River Water Trail
The Willamette River Water Trail is a community-driven partnership effort that illustrates what can be achieved when local communities work together towards a common goal.

Windbreak and Air Quality
Demonstration sites have been created in Pennsylvania to evaluate the effects of windbreaks on odors coming from poultry, dairy and swine operations.

Winyah Bay Focus Area
Broad-based coalition is conserving South Carolina’s coastal Winyah Bay watershed by land acquisitions, conservation easements, and wetland restoration.

Yainix Ranch Project
A working lands conservation easement and a conservation investment model supports sustainable approaches for ranch management and collaborative conservation solutions.