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NRCS Utah's Outreach Activities

NRCS Utah's Outreach Activities

NRCS, Utah strives to provide fair and equitable access to and delivery of our programs and services. Outreach is our way of conducting business to ensure that all potential customers are made aware of, understand and have knowledge of our programs and services. Outreach involves making special efforts to reach out to individuals and groups of people who have been historically underserved. Our non-traditional customers are culturally diverse residents of both urban and rural settings who have not participated in or have received limited benefits from NRCS programs (i.e., Limited Resource Producers, Small Farmers/Ranchers, Minority Groups, and Women). Our success with outreach is measured by the lasting relationships and partnerships we develop with our underserved clientele.


Utah’s Success Stories & Outreach Activities

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Girl Scouts Have Conservation Fun (PDF, 75 KB) - 5/21/08
Great Salt Lake RC&D Success Story with the Confederated Tribes of the Goshute (PDF, 180 KB)
NRCS Recruitment Trip Aims to Benefit Conservation on Navajo Nation (PDF, 70 KB) - 5/9/08
New NRCS Office to Serve Navajo Nation Near Blanding (PDF, 58 KB) - 3/12/07
Farmers Market Offers Outreach Opportunity in Heber (PDF, 47 KB) - 7/16/07
Salt Lake Open Houses Target Small Acreage Farmers  (PDF, 63 KB) - 7/5/06
NRCS Exhibits at Swaner Watershed Festival (PDF, 56 KB) - 6/13/06
Tribal Week and Water Conference Highlighted (PDF, 65 KB) - 6/23/05

Upcoming Outreach Events

Field Office Resources

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Outreach Assistance Handbook (PDF, 548 KB)
NACD/NRCS Guidebook for Reaching Out to Minority Farmers (PDF, 84 KB)
Outreach Reporting Form (PDF, 15 KB)
CPC Fact Sheet (PDF, 35 KB)

Environmental Education

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NRCS Activity Workbook -- What On Earth Is Soil? (PDF, 17 MB)

Resources for Indian Tribes

Utah NRCS - Programs

Utah NRCS - RC&D

Utah NRCS - Public Affairs