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Irrigation Efficiency Workshop - February 12

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01.29.2013
Irrigation Efficiency Workshop - February 12
Efficient Irrigation System=Great Crop Yields!
REGISTER TODAY!

The Natural Resources Conservation Service and Caddo Soil and Water Conservation District are hosting a one-day irrigation efficiency workshop on February 12, 2013, at the Caddo Extension Service Office, 2408 East 70th Street, in Shreveport, Louisiana.

Join us and learn about:

Pumping Plant Considerations
Tailwater/Surface Runoff Recovery
Sprinkler Planning
PHAUCET
Energy Considerations
Surge Irrigation
System Planning
NRCS Programs
 

 

To reserve

your spot


at the Irrigation Efficiency Workshop
 or to find out more information about the workshop,

call or e-mail
Joy Knotts, Caddo Soil and Water Conservation District at:
(318) 676-3461, extension 3
 or
joy.knotts@la.nacdnet.net


by February 7, 2013

 

 

 

USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service

 

 

 -Shreveport - Register Today!  Photo:  Irrigation monitoring in corn field.
Irrigation Efficiency Workshop
February 12, 2013
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Caddo Extension Service Office
2408 East 70th Street
Shreveport, Louisiana

Free Workshop!

Lunch Provided!

For information on conservation opportunities with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, contact your local Natural Resources Conservation Service office or Soil and Water Conservation District.

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Women and Hispanic Farmers and Ranchers Claims Adjudication Process
If you believe that USDA improperly denied farm loan benefits to you for certain time periods between 1981 and 2000 because you are a female or because you are Hispanic, you may be eligible to apply for compensation.  To request a claims package by telephone, call 1-888-508-4429.  To request a claims package online, please visit www.farmerclaims.gov

Native American Farmer and Rancher Class Action Settlement (Keepseagle v. Vilsack)
If you are a Native American who was denied a farm loan or loan servicing by the USDA between January 1, 1981, and November 24, 1999, you may be eligible for benefits from a Class Action Settlement.  To request a claims package by telephone, call:  1-888-233-5506.  To request a claims package online, or for more information, please visit:  www.indianfarmclass.com

African American Farmer and Rancher Class Action Settlement (Pigford II)
If you are an African American farmer (a) who submitted a request to file a late claim on or between October 13, 1999, and June 18, 2008, under the 1999 USDA settlement in the earlier class action known as Pigford v. Glickman ("Pigford") and (b) who did not receive a merits determination on your discrimination claim, you may be eligible for benefits from a Class Action Settlement.  To hear information by telephone, call 1-866-950-5547 or 1-866-472-7826.  To find information online, please visit:  www.blackfarmercase.com

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To find out more about this conservation opportunity and more, contact your local USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service:  Office Locator