Warren Mickey is a private landowner who maintains a cow-calf operation in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia near the confluence of the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers . His farm is located at the northern end of the Shenandoah Valley close to Harper’s Ferry, an area rich in history. Warren, in partnership with his wife, Reva, has managed to preserve their farm from development and the husband and wife team has been active in local, state, and federal affairs. While they have served their county and state in elected positions, they have also volunteered to work for organizations that enhance the lives of people. Warren is currently a member of the West Virginia Farm Service Agency State Committee and has recently concluded eight years as a supervisor of the Eastern Panhandle Conservation District. The Mickey farm was West Virginia Conservation Farm of the Year as well as EPA Farm of the Year in 2004. Warren is proud to serve as a board director for Partners for Conservation and is excited to have the opportunity to share in the development of positive relationships between landowners and government programs involving agriculture, conservation, environmental, and wildlife.