USDA Designates Eight Mississippi Counties as a Primary Natural Disaster Area

 USDA Designates Eight Mississippi Counties as a Primary Natural Disaster Area Emergency Support to Producers in Surrounding Counties/Border State Also Available Yazoo City, MS) (June 14, 2021) — Administrator Zach Ducheneaux designated eight (8) counties in the State of Mississippi as the primary natural disaster area. Producers in Calhoun, Carroll, Chickasaw,... Read More.

VBS at Tinsley Baptist June 13th 14th & 15th

Tinsley Baptist Church will be hosting Bible School for all ages June the 13th, 14th, and 15th. A meal will be served 5:30 PM and classes will start at 6:00 PM. Adult class will be lead by Bill Farlow of Broadmoor Baptist Church (Madison). Children classes will be lead by volunteers from Broadmoor... Read More.

Ralph Lembo Receives Blues Trail Marker in Itta Bena

Ralph Lembo receives Blues Trail Marker in Itta Bena Jackson, Miss. (May 27, 2021) – Music promoter Ralph Lembo received a marker on the Mississippi Blues Trail on Thursday in Itta Bena. “Ralph Lembo left his mark on Itta Bena, the Delta and all of Mississippi with contributions to the music... Read More.

4H Agronomy Science Experiments

For anyone interested in science experiments this project is for you. Check out the flyer below and let us know if you would like to order a kit. June 15 is the Deadline for youth to register with local agent. Youth pick up their kit from... Read More.


Before you go out on the water, the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks would like to make you aware of everything you need to know for an enjoyable and safe boating experience. The following is a boating check list that will guide you to an enjoyable boating experience: Valid boating registration... Read More.

Bears are on the move!

FROM MSDWFP: The warmer days of spring and the annual greening up of the landscape brings with it increased activity by black bears throughout the state. Although our bears do not truly hibernate, they do exhibit a period of torpor, or decreased activity during the winter months. This is primarily due to a lack of... Read More.