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The Earth Day Confessions of a Soil Health Geek

NRCS Soil Health Team Leader Ron Nichols writes about his transformation into a "Soil Health Geek" for Earth Day 2015.

ACEP Sign-up Deadline May 15

South Carolina NRCS has $2,344,024 available in funding for financial and technical assistance through the ACEP program to protect and restore agricultural working lands, grasslands and wetlands. Signup by May 15th

World Soil Day and the International Year of Soil

On Friday, Dec. 5, South Carolina NRCS joins the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization, and groups across the globe, to celebrate World Soil Day, connecting people with life-giving soils. 

South Carolina Accepting Applications for FY 2015 EQIP Sign-up

South Carolina farmers interested in reducing soil erosion, improving water quality, and creating wildlife habitat on their land have until December 19, 2014, to be considered for funding through USDA’s Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) for fiscal year 2015.

SC NRCS receives funding to help farmers and landowners in StrikeForce counties

NRCS will target $665,000 this year in funding for SC farmers and landowners in persistent poverty rural areas, helping to install conservation practices through cost-share to eligible applicants. 

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