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.
Farmers and ranchers in seven Missouri watershed areas are eligible for $3.5 million from the USDA NRCS)to help them install conservation measures that will contribute to cleaner water flowing into the Mississippi River and, ultimately, the Gulf of Mexico.
Doug Peterson, former Missouri Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) state soil health conservationist, was named NRCS regional soil health specialist for the states of Missouri and Iowa.
Thanks to financial and technical assistance from the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), John John can finally see his forest through the trees.
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