Eligible producers are encouraged to apply by Nov. 7, 2014 - Record numbers of waterfowl are heading south to the Pacific flyway looking for migratory or overwintering habitat. A third year of drought means the birds are arriving in the Sacramento Valley...
NRCS has worked with growers like Rick Adinolfi (pictured at left with Bob Hewitt, NRCS) of Crazy Horse Ranch in Temecula, California, to conserve water and other natural resources for more than 40 years. Read about his success in saving water during this serious drought in California.
On February 7, 2014, the President signed the 2014 Farm Bill into law. The Farm Bill provides California farmers and ranchers a suite of conservation technical and financial assistance to implement water, air and soil improvements on their land.
Watch an interview with STC Suarez and landowner Federico Perez en Español. Watch the interview on Univision's Web site.
Information on the new Farm Bill conservation opportunities is now available in Spanish, in time to help farmers plan for the 2015 planting season. With the new federal fiscal year beginning Oct. 1st, new funding opportunities will open to all interested farmers and ranchers.
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