Farmers have until March 31 to apply for voluntary assistance offered through the Conservation Stewardship Program. The deadline applies to farmers and ranchers new to the program and to those who signed CSP contracts in 2012 who want to renew those contracts for another five years.
Do you want to know where some of the healthiest soils in Missouri are located? Some rural residents and motorists are learning that all you have to do is follow your nose.
Polk County dairy farmer Nelson Hostetler can think of a ton of reasons to like his new confined dairy shed and animal waste system.
NRCS has $5.2 million available to help Missouri landowners restore wetlands and $383,500 available for easements to protect agricultural land from conversion to non-agricultural uses.
The USDA announced a new conservation effort to help producers provide food and habitat for monarch butterflies in the Midwest and southern Great Plains. The 10-state effort by NRCS)will invest $4 million in 2016 to help combat the iconic species’ decline.
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