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Ken Beckman, NRCS district conservationist in St. Anthony, walks with Verl and Shirl Arnold on land they recently enrolled in the Grasslands Reserve Program (GRP). Ken Beckman, NRCS district conservationist in St. Anthony, with Verl and Shirl Arnold on land they recently enrolled in the Grasslands Reserve Program (GRP). Drying bluegrass. A weather station monitors conditions for burning bluegrass. A drying bluegrass field in north Idaho. Joleen McCandless, Challis NRCS office, stands with landowner Jerry Hawkins next to a fish ladder he constructed on his property to prevent salmon and other fish from getting caught in his irrigation ditch.
A fish ladder outside of Challis. Scott Henderson, range conservationist, and Levi Montoya, district conservationist, both from the Emmett NRCS office, opening the irrigation gates off a new NRCS Wetland Reserve Program (WRP) project. An irrigation pump as part of an Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) project near Gooding. The Lemhi River south of Salmon. An irrigation pivot in south-central Idaho. Chris Hoag, NRCS wetland biologist at the Plant Materials Center in Aberdeen, talks at a recent tour.
Loren St. John, team leader at the Plant Materials Center in Aberdeen, gives an overview at a recent tour. New NRCS employees look over the test plots at the Plant Materials Center in Aberdeen. Idaho NRCS' 2004 summer SCEP students. A growing windbreak near Jerome. The completed Wetland Reserve Program (WRP)  project outside of Emmett. The completed Wetland Reserve Program (WRP) project outside of Emmett.
Idaho NRCSers examine maps of the Lemhi Watershed. Healthy riparian vegetation along the East Fork of the Salmon River. NRCS and the Bureau of Reclamation is working with Shoshone-Bannock Tribal members to stop erosion along the banks of the Snake River in East Idaho. Idaho Falls DC, Dennis Hadley speaks at an event for the Farm and Ranchland Protection Program. Sara Braasch, NRCS regional assistant chief for the West, speaks at a CSP press conference. Kent Foster, executive director for the Idaho Association of Soil Conservation Districts, speaks at a CSP press conference.
A yellow-headed blackbird enjoys the scenery at a new wetland near Emmett.  NRCS constructed the wetland as part of the Wetland Reserve Program (WRP). A drying bluegrass field in north Idaho. Mark Olsen, district conservationist in the Salmon NRCS office opens the gate on an irrigation diversion. A weather stateion monitors conditions for burning bluegrass. Conservation partners stand before a new pond as part of a 319 program near Coeur d'Alene. Fort Hall DC, Kurt Cates teaches conservation to Shoshone-Bannock students.