2015 Fiscal Year EQIP and AMA Sign-up Opportunities in Vermont: benefits and deadline information.
Water quality has always been important to David Conant, but over the last few years he has taken proactive steps to enhance his level of stewardship. The Conants have used conservation practices such as no-till and cover crops for years. Read more
The pursuit of soil health improvement is a top priority for all NRCS employees in Vermont. NRCS customers and partners will notice an increased focus on education, outreach and implementation of soil health practices.
Once an archeological site has been destroyed it can never be recreated again. When the Natural Resources Conservation Service acquires a Wetland Reserve Program easement, any archeological site contained within that parcel is protected by conditions set in place within the easement.
The Vermont Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and the University of Vermont Extension (UVM) have teamed-up for the second year to support a cover crop program where a helicopter is used to apply cover crop seeds.
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