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Partner Opportunities

StrikeForce Landing
 

NRCS works with state, local, and community groups to increase awareness of the conservation assistance we offer and build participation among farmers and ranchers. Outreach and partnerships helped grow the number of NRCS program applications from underserved producers last year by 82 percent in StrikeForce areas.

Local Community Based Organizations are critical to this effort. Since 2010, USDA has partnered with over four hundred of these organizations - congregations, volunteer organizations, nonprofits and others.               

   

If you are located in a StrikeForce area and would like to partner with NRCS, start by contacting your StrikeForce State Coordinators.

StrikeForce States

StrikeForce includes targeted counties in Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia and West Virginia.

Partner Tools

Partnerships expand the reach and depth of conservation on the land.

NRCS works with federal, state, community-based organizations and nonprofit groups to ensure a diversity of expertise in discipline, location, and focus. As partners in conservation, these groups share their unique areas of expertise to put more conservation on the land.

  • Solutions for Small Scale Farms: Learn more about NRCS conservation practices with this fact sheet series.
  • COMET-FARM™: Calculate how much carbon your conservation actions can remove from the atmosphere.
  • Web Soil Survey: Create custom soil survey reports to help with your land use and management decisions.