Vermont’s Orleans County Natural Resources Conservation District receives $674,000 to protect and improve water quality in Lake Memphremagog through the Regional Conservation Partnership Program
See our state's beautiful wetlands, learn all the roles wetlands serve, and let NRCS help you restore our wetlands. It's all in Vermont NRCS’ new video: “Restoring Wetlands in Vermont.”
Conservation Client Gateway is a USDA public website that allows individual landowners and land users the secure ability to request conservation technical and financial assistance from the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).
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.
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“Restoring Wetlands in Vermont”
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