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Farm Bill Homepage FeatureNew Hampshire NRCS Programs

If you own or manage farm or forest land, or grow specialty crops in New Hampshire, then the 2014 Farm Bill conservation programs can help you address natural resource concerns and opportunities on your land.  Participation in all of our conservation programs is voluntary. Participant requirements and eligibility vary by program. 

How to Get Started . . .

Environmental Quality Ag Management Ag Conservation Prog

Fact Sheet
> Conservation Planning
> Conservation Activity Plan
> EQIP Brochure (2013)
> Applicant Eligibility
> Energy & Air Quality
> Organic Farming
> Pollinator Habitat
> Forestry
> High Tunnels
> Socially Disadvantaged, Beginner,
    and Limited Resource Farmers

> Fact Sheet
> Conservation Planning
> Applicant Eligibility

> Socially Disadvantaged, Beginner,
    and Limited Resource Farmers

>
Organic Farming
> High Tunnels




 

> ACEP Fact Sheet
> 6 Steps to Conservation Easements
> Process Flow Chart (FRPP)
> Process Flow Chart (WRP)







 

Conservation Innovation Grants  Conservation Stewardship  

> Conservation Innovation Grants:
    Fact Sheet

> Conservation Innovation Grant
    Program: Key Points

> Conservation Innovation Grant
    Program: Program Description 

> Conservation Innovation Grant
    Program: Questions and Answers

> Fact Sheet
> 2014 Payment Rates
> Socially Disadvantaged, Beginner,
    and Limited Resource Farmers




 





 

If you are interested in participating in our programs, look at the Program Applicant Eligibility Requirements and Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) Verification Process.   

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