, d Ironwood Dally Globe, Friday, Sept. 3,1965 , PAGE 7 MOTH COOPERATOR—Charles Drier, of Rte 1, Wakefield, recently became the 100th cooperator with the Gogebic Soil Conservation Conservation District. Drier is the 100th land owner in Gogebic County to apply for assistance in'planning and applying soil conservation practices on his land. He is shown standing on the dam of his newly completed wildlife pond. "This area has been too wet to farm," said Drier, so he decided that a pond would be the best use for it. His farm includes a beef cattle enterprise enterprise and woodland. His future conservation plans call for hay- land and pasture management and woodland management. This is a good example of planning land use which will meet both the present and future needs. For more information on becoming becoming a cooperator with the Gogebic SCD and planning land the conservation way, interested persons should call the Soil Conservation Conservation Service in Ironwood at 932-1432.