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Tribal partnerships remain important for resource conservation success with NRCS

NRCS has maintained an ongoing and productive partnership with all of the indigenous Native American tribes in Maine, and has helped facilitate more than $4 million in tribal contracts to address natural resource concerns.

USDA-Maine donates more than 200 pounds of food to Bangor food bank

This summer the USDA state offices in Bangor helped feed area families and individuals in need by collecting more than 200 pounds of food for a local food bank.

Volunteer and Penobscot tribal intern hones conservation skills with NRCS-Maine

 A volunteer and student intern from a Maine Native American tribe is getting an up-close look at conservation efforts in northern New England this summer, as she works side-by-side with specialists from the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). 

Conservation Innovation Grants

Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) are competitive grants that stimulate the development and adoption of innovative approaches and technologies for conservation on agricultural lands.

NRCS grant helps immigrant farmers in Maine succeed with conservation practices

A grant from the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is helping some immigrant farmers in Southern Maine learn about conservation practices and increase their crop production.


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