Ken SowersMidwest Regional Representative
Ken Sowers, Missouri

 

Ken Sowers is the Appeals Specialist for NRCS in Missouri. Since August 2011, he has represented the agency on all appeals and mediation requests, Sowers serves as primary point of contact for programmatic appeals dealing with conservation programs and sodbuster/swampbuster provisions of the Food Security Act. 

 

Prior to coming to the Agency Sowers began his career in conservation by working with the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) from 1996 to 2000 as a Conservation Agent. As a Conservation Agent, Ken had statewide responsibilities where he worked closely with private landowners on a variety of conservation programs and was responsible for enforcing all Federal and State wildlife regulations. From 2001-2011, Sowers worked for the Missouri Department of Transportation as a Project Manager. He was a part of a team that implemented the first Diamond Interchange in the United States (Springfield, MO). He also worked with the Missouri State Highway Patrol in maintaining all of the weigh stations within the State of Missouri.

 

A native of Arkansas, Sowers earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Communications from Arkansas State University and is also a veteran, having served 24 and half years in the Air Force National Guard. Ken is currently a member of the Missouri Chapter of The Organization and the National Membership Committee.

 

November 2013


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