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Wildlife Habitat Incentive Program (WHIP)

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Applications are accepted on a continuous basis or relevant program deadlines.

The Wildlife Habitat Incentive Program (WHIP) is a voluntary program that provides technical and financial assistance to people who want to improve fish and wildlife habitat or restore natural ecosystems on their land.

Eligible applicants work with their local Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) staff to prepare and implement a wildlife plan of operations. The plan becomes the basis for a contract which, if funded through a competitive ranking process, provides payments for completed practices that create or improve the approved wildlife habitat.

 

 

 

Am I Eligible?  Start here!  

 

What Are Priority and Eligible Practices for New Hampshire WHIP?

 

FY 2013 Documents

 The following are the latest documents for the Fiscal Year 2013 WHIP. These documents require Adobe Acrobat.

FY 2012 Documents

The following are the latest documents for the Fiscal Year 2012 WHIP. These documents require Adobe Acrobat.

FY 2011 Documents

The following are the latest documents for the Fiscal Year 2011 WHIP. These documents require Adobe Acrobat.

 

 For WHIP documents from previous years, click here.

For More Information

WHIP brochure (624 KB pdf)
WHIP Archives
National WHIP Web Site
Find your local NRCS Office