The Gogebic Conservation District is leading efforts to cool off the Black River for improved trout habitat and an Ionia County farmer is utilizing the Conservation Stewardship Program to adopt new technology, more in the NRCS Conservation Notes newsletter.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture plans to provide more than $4 million in technical and financial assistance to help farmers in the Midwest, including Michigan, improve the health of honey bees.
The USDA has $6.3 million in conservation financial assistance available for Michigan farmers in designated watersheds to implement new conservation actitivies to improve water quality and wildlife habitat. Agricultural producers must apply by Aug. 8, 2014 to be considered for funding.
The bill continues to make technical and financial assistance available to farmers, ranchers and forest landowners. Learn more.
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