Farm and Ranch Lands Protection Program - 2010
South Carolina Farm and Ranch Lands Protection Program: 2010 Sign-up Information
State Conservationist Announces Farm and Ranch Lands Protection Program Signup
The Farm and Ranch Lands Protection Program (FRPP) is a voluntary Farm Bill program that helps farmers and ranchers keep their land in agriculture. Administered by the USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), eligible entities are encouraged to submit applications for prioritized funding by February 1, 2010.
Eligible entities are State, Tribal, and local governments and non-government organizations that acquire conservation easements from landowners who agree not to convert their land to non-agricultural uses and to develop and implement a conservation plan for any highly erodible land. Land proposed for FRPP must meet one of two eligibility categories. This includes land that has at least fifty percent prime and unique farmland soils, and soils of Statewide and local importance, or contains historic or archeological resources.
National FRPP Program
2010 FRPP Documents NEW!
If you encounter any problems with the files provided on this page, please contact Sabrenna Bryant at 803-765-5419.
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FRPP South Carolina News Release (PDF; 58 KB)
FRPP 2010 Application Form (PDF; 37 KB)
FRPP 2010 Eligibility and Ranking Sheet (PDF; 42 KB)
Ag Census Data 2010 (PDF; 15 KB)
Matching Funds Sheet (PDF; 15 KB)
Summary of Pending Easements Offers(PDF; 23 KB)
U.S Census Data 2010 (PDF; 11 KB)
NRCS CPA 1200 for FY 2009 Easement Programs (PDF; 39 KB)
CPA 1200 Instructions (PDF; 10 KB)
FRPP Success in Beaufort County