[caption id="attachment_34644" align="aligncenter" width="614"]<img class="size-full wp-image-34644" src="https:\/\/mountainmedianews.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/13\/2018\/10\/Lone-Oak-Farm-named-Outstanding-Grassland-Farm-pic.png" alt="" width="614" height="360" \/> Gary Sawyers, Greenbrier County District Supervisor (left), Jenny Tuckwiller (holding Grace), Sandy Tuckwiller (holding Josie), David Tuckwiller (holding Ward) and Gary Truex, Greenbrier County District Supervisor[\/caption]\r\n<h1>Lone Oak Farm, located near Lewisburg in Greenbrier County, has been selected by the Greenbrier Valley Conservation District for recognition as an Outstanding Grassland Farm for 2018.<\/h1>\r\nLone Oak Farm is owned by the family of the late Ed Tuckwiller. The \u201cBoss,\u201d Sandy Tuckwiller and her children David, Kelly, and Ross, along with their families, who manage and operate the 490-acre farm. To this day the family is focused on Ed\u2019s vision of maximizing genetic potential in their Angus seed stock operations while simultaneously developing a rotational grazing system and growing quality forages.\r\n\r\nEd\u2019s father, David Tuckwiller, who ran the farm before him, served as a Greenbrier Valley Conservation District Supervisor and as President of the West Virginia Association of Conservation Districts for two consecutive terms.\r\n\r\nThrough their balanced approach to family and farm, the Tuckwillers are concerting their efforts on the farm to achieve the vision. The family participates in the Agricultural Enhancement Program, NRCS programs and Section 319 Clean Water Act Programs. Given the erodibility their Milligan Creek Farm, their efforts go a long way to conserving their valuable natural resources and preventing and curbing erosion.\r\n\r\nThe GVCD would like to thank the Tuckwiller family for their conservation efforts.\u00a0 To view a video tribute to the farm, you can visit the Greenbrier Valley Conservation District\u2019s Facebook page.