Connecticut eFOTG - (Connecticut-specific technical information, practice standards - including 590 standard)
Visit the Science and Technology Training Library to attend a live conservation webinar or to browse through an extensive collection of webinar replays. ConservationWebinars.net displays a calendar of upcoming live webinar presentations and “Conservation Webinars” titles categorized as soil health, fish and wildlife, resource assessment, FOTG and planning, cropping systems, and more. Look for the Agency’s raindrop logo on detailed webinar pages. There are no fees or advance registration requirements to participate. Earn CEUs and receive a participation certificate for professional certification by following the instructions provided with each webinar. ConservationWebinars.net features webinars sponsored by NRCS Science and Technology National Centers and Divisions.
Natural Resources Conservation Services (NRCS) uses science-based technology to provide conservation planning and assistance to land owners and operators and others to benefit the soil, water, air, plants, and animal for productive lands and healthy ecosystems.
The technical resources and references we provide and use, as well as the disciplines on which we rely, show how NRCS experts work together to help conserve our nation's natural resources.
The USDA Agricultural Air Quality Task Force site serves as a repository of information about the task force, and provides public access to Federal Register notices, meeting minutes, reports and documents, and official communiqués from and about the task force.