The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) announced November 18 as the first cut-off date to apply for fiscal year 2017 funds through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP).
USDA is investing more than $7 million to fund agricultural wetland mitigation banks. One of the mitigation banks will be on land in Missouri’s southeastern “Bootheel” region.
Michael and Amy Billings know where THEIR buffalo roam.
They control it, too, thanks in part to assistance from NRCS, which worked with them to design and partially fund a rotational grazing system at their farm and event venue near the boundary of Johnson and Cass counties.
Warren County farmers went to NRCS looking for advice about how they could improve their pastures. What they discovered was that rotational-grazing benefits more than just cattle.
The USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service is making $2 million available to interested farmers to help install voluntary edge-of-field monitoring stations on agricultural land in eight states, including Missouri.
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