The 2014 Farm Bill was enacted on February 7, 2014. NRCS offers voluntary Farm Bill conservation programs that benefit both agricultural producers and the environment.
Monitoring snowpack of 13 western states, the NRCS National Water and Climate Center mission is to help the West prepare for spring and summer. The NWCC predicts normal water supply east of the Continental Divide and will monitor, forecast and update water supplies for the next six months.
Nevada farmer reinvents herself with new career in ag.
The initiative addresses funding needs in rural communities in 16 states, including Nevada!
USDA’s Strike Force for Rural Growth and Opportunity initiative funded the high tunnel.
Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribal Administrator Della John and USDA Office of Tribal Relations Director Leslie Wheelock (right) at a hoop house operated by the Tribe.
USDA agencies are collaborating with their customers to better facilitate local growth and highlight opportunities.
Pumping water is one of those input costs that ranchers can control. Improving water systems on the range can eliminate fuel costs associated with water hauling and generator-powered pumps as well as increase access to feed.
Great Basin Weather and Climate
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