People and cities are recognizing the value of wetland restoration efforts.
NRCS works with private landowners to plan and install conservation practices on their farms and ranches, many of which mitigate drought.
Scientists at the USDA’s NRCS recently developed a simple, web-based tool that helps producers easily understand the quality of water flowing off their fields – the Water Quality Index for Agricultural Runoff (WQIag).
NRCS hydrologists predict reduced spring and summer water supply for much of the West.
NRCS hydrologist follows the journey of a single snowflake through the Western water cycle.
Helping People Help the Land
Watch John Crawson Win the Patriot Volunteer Award
Stories from the Field
Conservation in Your Community
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