Shelby Richardson has been instrumental in creating soils monoliths giving local landowners a greater appreciation for the potential of bettering our soil health thru the no-till and cover cropping systems.
The Edge of Field Monitoring project helps farmers improve and/or verify the effectiveness of agricultural conservation practices and systems. As part of the project monitoring equipment will be installed to evaluate the quality of water draining from a farm field.
The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Indiana is accepting applications from landowners interested in the Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP) and the Wetlands Reserve Enhancement Program (WREP).
Prolonged rain and flooding has once again resulted in many fields that will go unplanted this year. Farmers in this situation need to weigh their program and insurance options, but should also consider the opportunities to promote long-term productivity from this difficult situation.
Indiana NRCS' focus in 2013 is on Soil Health. Find out more information about how to make your farm's soil healthy by visiting the Indiana Soil Health page.
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