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NRCS to Provide $332 Million for Ag Easements

NRCS is accepting ACEP applications to help productive farm and ranch lands remain in agriculture and to protect the nation's critical wetlands and grasslands, home to diverse wildlife and plants. Applications submitted by May 15, 2015 will be considered for fiscal year 2015 funding.

Funding for Forest Improvement in Lewis and Clark, Jefferson Counties

NRCS offices in Helena and Whitehall are currently accepting applications from private landowners for forestry improvement projects in the Tenmile Creek Watershed and South Hills in Lewis and Clark County and the Lump Gulch area near Clancy in Jefferson County.

Arctic Grayling and Conservation Planning

A publication by the Sand County Foundation-sponsored project, Mission:Wildlife, reviews how a candidate conservation agreement in the Big Hole River watershed helped keep the Arctic grayling from needing listing under the Endangered Species Act.

Second Straight Month of Below Normal Snowfall, Above Average Temperatures

For the second straight month Montana has seen a decline in snowpack percentages of normal due to the lack of significant snowfall and above normal temperatures.

Career Opportunities with NRCS in Montana

Learn about life at NRCS, Federal employment, or current job openings with NRCS in Montana.

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Male sage-grouse perform mating displays on leks to attract females in the Spring

Sage-Grouse Initiative in Montana

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A list of Web-based resources for access to natural resource data collected by NRCS.

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