Tim Huggins has been named the Executive Director of Delta Wildlife and Delta Farmers Advocating Resource Management (Delta F.A.R.M.), two natural resource and conservation stewardship organizations serving the Mississippi Delta from its headquarters in Stoneville.
A Greenville native and current resident of Chatham, Tim graduated from Delta State University with a Bachelor of Science and has been a vital part of both organizations’ staff for over a decade.
“We proudly welcome Tim as Executive Director,” said Allan Grittman, President of Delta Wildlife. “He is already a very respected and valuable part of the team, so he was the obvious choice for this position. We have full confidence that he will work diligently to ensure the growth and stability of this organization.”
Delta Wildlife was founded in 1990 by farmers, sportsmen, and business leaders to establish an organization dedicated to the conservation, enhancement, and restoration of the wildlife and natural resources of the Delta and part-Delta counties of Northwest Mississippi.
Delta F.A.R.M., founded in 1998, is an association of growers and landowners in the region that strive to implement recognized agricultural practices which conserve, restore, and enhance the environment of Northwest Mississippi.
“I am delighted that Tim Huggins has been selected as the new Executive Director for Delta Wildlife and Delta F.A.R.M.,” said Bubba Simmons, Chairman of Delta F.A.R.M. “He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the position and I am confident that the organizations will prosper under his leadership.”