Are you 14 years or older and looking for ways to help conserve natural resources in Tennessee? Well, look no further!
We Want You! Join our Earth Team Volunteer Program today!
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NRCS in Tennessee will invest approximately $1.7 million in post-disaster recovery in fiscal year 2016. Tennessee is among 19 states to receive funding.
Conservation Client Gateway, a new public website, allows you to request technical and financial assistance, review and sign conservation plans, request and track payments for your completed contract items, and much more.
Sammy Soil and Ruby Raindrop were created by Howard Whitaker, a retired Tennessee District Conservationist. The mascots have educated children for more than 40 year.
Tennessee has many soil health stories and some are being featured on the new Soil Health page.
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