FRPP: Lessons Learned
With the repeal of the Farm and Ranch Lands Protection Program (FRPP) under the new Farm Bill of 2014, NRCS has been approached by organizations interested in hosting a meeting or series of meetings to discuss lessons learned through FRPP under the 2008 Farm Bill.
NRCS looks forward to meeting with partners and stakeholders at meetings that will be hosted by national, regional, state, or local land conservation organizations to exchange information about FRPP under the 2008 Farm Bill and how we can better administer the Agricultural Conservation Easement Program under the 2014 Farm Bill.
NRCS hopes to learn from participants what worked and what did not work in our efforts to preserve the agricultural use of farm and ranch land through implementation of FRPP. NRCS will post invitation(s) from the Hosts of these meeting on its FRPP webpage and is willing to attend similar meetings in the future.
NRCS will not obtain the participant’s consensus advice at these sessions, as attempting to obtain consensus advice or recommendations could possibly trigger the Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA).
For more information on ACEP, please visit the ACEP web page.