Local coalitions in Vermont can now apply for funding to improve soil health, preserve clean water, combat drought, and protect wildlife habitat. Pre-proposals due by July 8th.
James E. Church was a man who answered his calling. Like a real-life Indiana Jones, Professor Church pursued adventure around the world, ending a war and helping to found the Snow Survey Program on the way.
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.
Date: May 4, 2015
- Jul 8, 2015
Date: May 27, 2015
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2015 is the International Year of Soils
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