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2009 News Archives

2009 News Archive

NRCS District Conservationist and Soil Conservationist Participate in Tin Mountain Eco-forum
State Conservationist Attends "Open Farm Day" at the Bohanan Farm
NRCS and Partners Plant Native Species to Reduce Growth of Non-native Plants at the Awcomin Salt Marsh in Rye, New Hampshire
New Hampshire Association of Conservation Districts, NRCS, UNH and Other Volunteers Team Up for Annual High School Soil Judging Contest
Land Conservation Grants Announced
NH NRCS Employees and SCA Interns Volunteer at The "Big E"
Comments Requested on Engineering Practice Standards
Recovery and Reinvestment Act Dollars Used to Purchase Conservation Easement
A New Hampshire People's Garden
Winnicut Dam Removed to Restore Migratory Fish Passage

Lee, the State of NH, and the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Returning Two Old Gravel Pits to Wetland Habitat
Southern New Hampshire RC&D Partners with the International Institute of New Hampshire
Sign-up for New Conservation Stewardship Program
USDA announces $2,365,000 to protect NH farmland through the Federal Farm and Ranch Lands Protection Program
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack Holds 'Rural Tour' Community Forum in NH
New Hampshire Producers Get the Buzz on Native Pollinators

New Conservation Initiatives and Extended Sign-up
NRCS Supports Land Conservation Initiative in the Monadnock Highlands
SCA Program Grows in New Hampshire
New Hampshire NRCS is Now Requesting Applications for Conservation Innovation Grants
Land Owners, Sign-up Now for Farm Bill Conservation Programs
Public Comment Period for Conservation Programs Extended

NRCS Extends Application Period for Conservation Innovation Grants and the Agricultural Water Enhancement Program
Saving Daniel Webster's Farm
USDA Announces 2009 Sign-Up For $20 Million In Conservation Innovation Grants
NRCS Adds 12th SCA Intern

New Hampshire Welcomes New Staff
Grafton County Showcases Local Conservation Efforts