Applications for the Environmental Quality Incentives Program and Agriculture Management Assistance Program are accepted at any time. Learn more about some specific initiatives for organic production, water quality, and high tunnels.
As part of the new Regional Conservation Partnership Program, two proposals in West Virginia were selected to receive more than $9 million.
New farmers, Lisa and Jeff Sickler of Philippi, recently constructed a seasonal high tunnel funded through the Environmental Quality Incentive Program’s (EQIP) Strikeforce Initiative.
West Virginia farmer Richard Law using Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) was able to continue enhancing his land with the support of NRCS.
Soil is a living and life-giving substance, without which we would perish. As the world population and food production needs rise, keeping our soil healthy and productive is of paramount importance. Learn how NRCS is helping landowners and all of us unlock the secrets in the soil.
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