Tuscaloosa's Brock Jones and Eufaula's Grady Hartzog Jr. were named to the board by Gov. Bob Riley. The new members replace Johnny Johnson and Louis Coles, whose six-year terms expired.
Jones, a landowner in Greene and Wilcox counties, serves as vice president of Morgan Keegan and Company in Tuscaloosa.
Hartzog, a certified public accountant, recently finished a 12-year term on the board of the Forever Wild Land Trust.
The Conservation Advisory Board is composed of 10 members appointed by the governor for alternating terms of six years, and three ex-officio members — the governor, the commissioner of agriculture and industries, and the director of the Alabama Cooperative Extension system.