Carrying the account through Wilson's death and the new management of his empire by his son, and describing how farming practices were changed in efforts to accommodate flood and other environmental concerns, Whayne covers in fascinating detail the lives and effects on the land of over a century of agricultural activity in the lower Mississippi Delta.
What does LMD stand for?
LMD stands for Lower Mississippi Delta (region)
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We have 106 other meanings of LMD in our Acronym Attic
- Logistics Management Data
- Logistics Management Directorate
- Logistics Management Division
- Lossless Multiple Description Coding
- Lost Motion Device (Honda/Acura VTEC part)
- Louisville Marriott Downtown (Louisville, KY)
- Love Me Do (Beatles song)
- Love Mom & Dad
- Low Molecular Weight Dextran
- Lower Mainland District (Canada)
- Lugormod (gaming, Jedi Academy Mod)
- Labour Market Development Agreement
- Leadership and Management Development Association
- Like Minded Divers Association (UK)
- Limited Market Dealers Association (Canada)
- Lincoln Mercury Dealer Association (auto sales group)
- Literary Managers & Dramaturgs of the Americas
- Local Mail Delivery Agent
- Logging and Miscellaneous Deposit Account
- Linear Magnetic Dichroism in the Angular Distribution
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We're trying to figure out what's going on so we can stabilize those numbers," said a still optimistic Jennings, author of "Level Five Culture: High-Poverty, High-Performing Schools in the Lower Mississippi Delta Region.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] In the lower Mississippi Delta, farmers often build ponds for aquaculture and for storing surface water to irrigate crops.
This section includes links to websites that tour the Lower Mississippi Delta and a Great American Landmarks Adventure in which students can analyze and color drawings of African American landmarks that were created by Roxie Munro, an author and illustrator of children's books.
Among those successes were: The Lower Mississippi Delta Development Act; A regional agreement to promote economic development among Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi; A Rural Development Action Program to improve the fortunes of 11 poor Arkansas counties; and the 95-County Jobs Program, a $50 million program of grants to local governments in Tennessee for upgrading of public facilities such as waste water treatment and industrial site preparation.
In 1990, the Lower Mississippi Delta Development Commission stated, "economic development of the Delta cannot be separated from the cultural and ethnic realities and cannot be planned apart from careful management of its resources and protection of its environment.