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2011 Annual Report CSP

2011 Annual Report - Conservation Security Program

The Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) is a voluntary program providing financial and technical assistance promoting the conservation and improvement of soil, water, air, energy, plant and animal life, and other conservation purposes on Tribal and private working lands.

The 2008 Farm Bill replaced the Conservation Security Program with the new Conservation Stewardship Program for fiscal years 2009 through 2017. The program may enroll more than 12.7 million acres each fiscal year. Acreage will be allocated based primarily on each state’s or area’s proportion of eligible acres to the total number of all eligible acres.

Arkansas 2011 CSP Obligations by County
 

County Contracts

Acres

FY11
Financial
Assistance

Arkansas 37 34,235.5 $1,195,233
Ashley 2 1,692.5 $44,237
Baxter 2 1,191 $11,043
Carroll 1 401.5 $5,572
Chicot 4 9,624.4 $215,431
Clay 8 8,201.9 $139,022
Columbia 2 1,061.7 $9,334
Craighead 28 26,468.6 $689,215
Crittenden 14 11,283.7 $276,523
Cross 7 4,953.8 $94,872
Desha 1 9.2 $1,000
Fulton 4 890.1 $10,519
Greene 13 12,451.9 $245,951
Howard 1 694 $4,269
Independence 7 3,764.9 $198,041
Izard 2 1,549 $29,775
Jackson 25 22,182.5 $584,991
Jefferson 50 64,449.1 $2,312,402
Johnson 7 1,052 $20,474
Lafayette 4 2,899.6 $14,349
Lawrence 46 43,783.8 $1,085,212
Lee 4 1,271 $55,632
Lincoln 6 5,395.5 $195,113
Logan 2 2,249.4 $57,605
Lonoke 5 7,483.1 $148,584
Marion 5 1,921 $30,868
Mississippi 7 5,053.3 $138,449
Monroe 8 6,340 $128,163
Newton 2 172.5 $1,359
Ouachita 1 489 $5,203
Phillips 14 25,622.2 $719,064
Poinsett 32 39,003.6 $825,221
Polk 1 356 $6,056
Prairie 31 27,407.8 $602,054
Randolph 10 9,173.3 $272,885
St. Francis 5 5,693.5 $118,745
Searcy 13 6,414.4 $95,147
Sharp 22 8,476.1 $57,795
Stone 7 1,914.7 $21,564
Union 6 3,023.5 $42,689
White 6 2,579.2 $48,634
Yell 1 257.6 $4,942
Totals 453 413,137.4 $10,763,237

Data Source: ProTracts FY11, Oct. 1, 2011