Forest landowners in 29 counties in western Arkansas have until June 17, 2016, to apply for financial assistance for the voluntary installation of forest land conservation practices to help restore, maintain and enhance more open woodland.
Mike Sullivan, NRCS state conservationist in Arkansas, announced during an event at Isabell Farms in Humnoke, Ark., today an additional investment of $2.5 million to increase EQIP conservation practice activities that highlight climate change mitigation potential
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced the availability of $2 million to help farmers install edge-of-field stations that monitor water quality as it leaves their fields, providing data to evaluate the success of various conservation efforts.
Arkansas garners national awards
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