Mrs. Hattie Thompson of the Conway community in rural Leake County, Mississippi, has her hear and mind set on growing healthy food for her community with her recently constructed Seasonal High tunnel and irrigation system.
Ripley, Miss. - Year after year, Mike Graves loses his battle to the ever-eroding North Tippah Creek.
The project addresses erosion problems that were occurring on the Museum grounds while creating demonstration areas for the public.
From June 17-23, the buzz is about pollinators, like bees, butterflies, bats and birds, which are responsible for one of every three bites of food we eat.
A vacation - even a short one - was once out of the picture for Sarah Harvill and Genette Hunt. A new solar-powered well allows the two ranchers an occasional break from the herd.
Date: May 24, 2014
- Aug 23, 2014
Video: Percy and Emma Brown beginner farmers in Mississippi
Insects & Pollinators
Sign Up for Our Monthly E-Newsletter
Teach Youngsters about Conservation
Is Your Soil Healthy?
NRCS Websites & Additional Assistance
Find local program and technical information
on our NRCS state websites.
Data on our Nation's natural resources and technical
tools are delivered from NRCS National Centers.
View our numerous web products that help
communicate info into a timely and complete way.
NRCS information in Spanish.
NRCS Home | USDA.gov | Site Map | Civil Rights | FOIA | Accessibility Statement