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Forest Sunrays

Adams County SCD   Board Members


Sean Weinert


Sean and his family moved to the Hettinger area in the fall of 2009.  He and his wife, Kat, have 3 girls and 1 boy.  Soil health and grass ecosystems have been something that have interested Sean since getting into ranching. When an opportunity to run for the ACSCD came up in 2020 he felt like it would be a good opportunity to get involved in the community.  Sean ran and was elected to the ACSCD in the fall of 2020 and has been serving as the chairman since January 2022.  He and his family live north east of Hettinger where the run registered and commercial cows.  Sean would like to continue to help the ACSCD bring educational opportunities to Adams county.


Jamie Enerson

Supervisor-Vice Chairman

Jamie became a supervisor for the SCD board in March of 2013. Jamie resides in west Adams County, where he runs cattle and small grains with his family.


Hayden Evans

Supervisor - Secretary/Treasurer

Hayden became a supervisor for the SCD board in January of 2019; he was elected secretary/treasurer for the board in January 2021. Hayden resides in east Adams County, where he is a 4th generation producer that runs cattle and farms small grains.

Elizabeth Morical



Elizabeth Morical joined the board in 2022 as an appointed member. She ranches with her husband Taylor, and children Laurel and Merle south of Hettinger, and in addition owns and operates Morical Made Studio and Framing downtown main street.

ACSCD  Employees

Holly Douglas


District Manager

My name is Holly Douglas, the new District Manager for the Adams County Soil Conservation. I would like to introduce myself. I grew up on a farm and cattle operation north of Lemmon, SD. Farming and cattle will always be a big part of my life. I enjoy every bit of it. I did everything from driving truck to dumping grain and running grain cart. I was always my dad’s side kick growing up. 

I worked for West Plains Inc. for about 5 years in the parts department. I also worked for Ag Pro Machinery for 2 years in the parts department. Then life sort of changed and I decided I needed something different, so I went to work for FSA as a temporary program technician.  Which led me too here! I am excited to serve the producers and still be able to be in an agriculture field.

            I will also be graduating in December with my degree in accounting. I am really happy with that and it has been a huge accomplishment for me between working full time and being a proud mom to my son Ryker. He is my world. He sure knows how to keep life busy.

            I can’t wait to meet with all of you and help with your needs!

Taylor Green


District Technician

              My name is Taylor Green I am the new Adams County Soil Conservation Technician. I’m from a small-town Bison South Dakota. When I graduated in 2011, I went to Lemmon and worked at the elevator for 6 years. Moved to Hettinger in 2018 to work at the hospital as maintenance. Some people in Hettinger, Reeder, and people living in the country know me from working for DUV Sanitation Inc picking up garbage for over 2 years. When I’m not busy I like to either shoot my bow or any guns that I own to keep in practice for hunting seasons, also like to go fishing.


I’ve been married to my wife Kathryne for over a year now. I do still travel to bison to see all my nieces, nephews, and other family members. I’m really excited to get to know new people and see country I haven’t seen before. And hope to be able to serve your conservation needs.

NRCS Employees


Kate Motzko

District Conservationist

Kate has been with the NRCS since 2015, and joined the Hettinger Field Office in November of 2019.


Katherine Brackel

Soil Conservationist

Katherine has worked in the Hettinger Field Office since early 2019, and recently joined the NRCS in May of 2020.

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