Great Plains RC&D is a non-
We provide direction, organization and planning for the implementation of projects to aid the fine people of southwestern Oklahoma in these areas.
The Mission of the council is to increase public awareness of environmental concerns and accelerate the development and protection of human, financial and natural resources, thereby improving the quality of life in southwestern Oklahoma.
The main goals of the Great Plains RC&D Council are:
1. To develop community facilities and services to insure safety and a high standard of living.
2. To improve and promote the utilization of areas rangelands, woodlands, mineral resources and wildlife habitats with minimal effects on environment.
Council Officers 2011 Alfred Miller -
Area/Region we cover: 8 counties in southwestern Oklahoma: Beckham, Custer, Greer, Harmon, Jackson, Kiowa, Roger Mills and Washita.
Great Plains RC&D
300 S. Broadway
Weatherford, OK 73096
Project Spotlight: Stone Stack Mill, Hydro, Oklahoma
Milling equipment bought with the Rural Business the help of Great Plains RC&D.
100% Whole wheat flour milled in Stone Stack Flour Mill, Hydro, Oklahoma, is now sold in area grocery stores.
Stone Stack Mill,
The Stone Stack Mill in Hydro, Oklahoma is a flour mill that is milling 100% whole
wheat flour produced by farmers growing wheat locally in western Oklahoma. Loren
Liebscher, owner of Stone Stack Mill, knows the importance of agriculture in our
area. The flour produced in one of the red barns located on P-
Great Plains realized the impact this project could have in adding value to the crop
already grown in this area. This endeavor perfectly fit the mission and goals of
Great Plains RC&D. Also, included in this project is the Southern Plains Agricultural
Resources Coalition (SPARC) who is made up of a group of producers and partners who
are committed to growing a sustainable, no-
At this time the mill is able to produce 700 pounds of flour per hour. The 2 and
Great Plains RC&D has been proud to have a hand in this wonderful project.
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