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2005 GRP Unfunded Application (Dollars)  Information | NRCS

The following three maps display information on the Grassland Reserve Program (GRP) applications for fiscal year 2005 that were not funded.

GRP is a voluntary program that helps landowners and operators restore and protect grassland, including rangeland, pastureland, shrubland, and certain other lands, while maintaining the areas as grazing lands.  The program emphasizes support for working grazing operations; enhancement of plant and animal biodiversity; and protection of grassland and land containing shrubs and forbs under threat of conversion to cropping, urban development, and other activities that threaten grassland resources.
 

FY-2005 GRP Unfunded Applications

Map of US showing unfunded GRP applications
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This map shows the number of fiscal year 2005 GRP applications that were not funded, by State.

GRP Supporting data by State in tabular format (pdf)

FY-2005 GRP Unfunded Applications (acres)

Map of US showing unfunded GRP applications in acres
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This map shows the number of acres included in fiscal year 2005 GRP applications that were not funded, by State.

GRP Supporting data by State in tabular format (pdf)

FY-2005 GRP Unfunded Application (Dollars)

Map of US showing unfunded GRP applications
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This map shows the amount that would be needed to fund the unfunded 2005 GRP applications.

GRP Supporting data by State in tabular format (pdf)