Pollinating animals, including bees, birds, butterflies, bats, beetles and others, are vital to our delicate ecosystem, supporting terrestrial wildlife, providing healthy watershed, and more. Pollinator Week is a week to get the importance of pollinators’ message out.
NRCS will provide approximately $175 million in financial assistance through CSP. This will allow producers nationwide to enroll an additional 12.6 million acres into CSP for FY 2013. Producers encouraged to sign up by June 14, 2013.
Delaware NRCS has released its new Nutrient Management 590 Standard. Questions pertaining to the new standard should be directed to Sally Kepfer, State Resource Conservationist at Sally.Kepfer@de.usda.gov.
Richard Swartz's working relationship with NRCS spans 15 years and several changes. He worked with NRCS to install a hoop structure for his poultry manure in 1998 and then a liquid manure storage tank after. These practices eliminated the potential for runoff into nearby streams.
The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Delaware will make $282,000 in assistance available this year to help farmers and forestland owners install conservation practices that manage nutrients, pathogens and sediments in the Clear Brook- Nanticoke River Watershed.
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