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Working Together to Improve Water Quality Along the Lake Erie Shore

USDA is working with landowners, agricultural groups, and community leaders to restore and protect the Great Lakes.  Protecting Lake Erie Article

Help Pollinators with Conservation

Pollinators play a crucial role in the production of our food products. But despite their value, many pollinator species are in trouble. In an effort to fight population declines, NRCS is working with private landowners to establish habitat for pollinators through conservation.

Sharing the Differences in Tilled and No-Till Soil

State Agronomist Mark Scarpitti (l) demonstrates the differences in conventionally tilled soil verses no-till soil in Ohio and Washington D.C.

Ohio farmer strives to improve water quality

The National Water Quality Initiative (NWQI) helps address nutrient management and water quality concerns.

Become an Earth Team Volunteer

NRCS celebrates the extraordinary service Earth Team Volunteers provide to Ohio residents and the environment year round. There are many Ohio Earth Team projects, get involved in one in your area.

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