On February 18, 2104, NRCS sponsored four soil health and cover crop forums across the state. Participants viewed a live feed from the National Soil Health and Cover Crop Conference and participated in local discussions on soil health, cover crops and resource priorities.
USDA North Carolina celebrates African American History Month with guest keynote speaker Congressman G.K. Butterfield.
NRCS will review all eligible applications for the Environmental Quality Incentive Program (EQIP) and for the Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program (WHIP) for potential funding opportunities during four separate review periods. Click for important dates and additional information.
Join the soil health conversation with NRCS Agronomist Ray Archuleta as he discusses soil health benefits on May 9th in Newton, NC.
Not many of us could imagine what it is like to live most of our professional lives with one hand on a trigger and our minds constantly focused on protecting ourselves and those around us. Raised in Dunbar, NC, Willie grew up in agriculture but wanted to see the world.
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