NRCS Conservation Programs

Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) Maps

The Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) is a voluntary conservation program that encourages producers to address resource concerns in a comprehensive (whole-farm) manner by maintaining and improving their existing conservation systems and adopting additional conservation activities to address priority resources concerns. Participants earn CSP payments for conservation performance—the higher the performance, the higher the payment. CSP is available on Tribal and private agricultural lands and non-industrial private forest land in all 50 States and the Caribbean and Pacific Islands Areas. The program provides equitable access to all producers, regardless of operation size, crops produced, or geographic location.

To learn more see CSP. The data used to make these maps is available in a downloadable csv file.

Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) Program Report

Year Total Acres in Active and Completed Contracts Number of Active and Completed Contracts Financial Assistance Obligations
2019 map of 2019 acres treated map of 2019 contracts enrolled map of 2019 FA dollars obligated
2018 map of 2018 acres treated map of 2018 contracts enrolled map of 2018 FA dollars obligated
2017 map of 2017 acres treated map of 2017 contracts enrolled map of 2017 FA dollars obligated
2016 map of 2016 acres treated map of 2016 contracts enrolled map of 2016 FA dollars obligated
2015 map of 2015 acres treated map of 2015 contracts enrolled map of 2015 FA dollars obligated
2014 map of 2014 acres treated map of 2014 contracts enrolled map of 2014 FA dollars obligated
2013 map of 2013 acres treated map of 2013 contracts enrolled map of 2013 FA dollars obligated
2012 map of 2012 acres treated map of 2012 contracts enrolled map of 2012 FA dollars obligated
2011 map of 2011 acres treated map of 2011 contracts enrolled map of 2011 FA dollars obligated
2010 map of 2010 acres treated map of 2010 contracts enrolled map of 2010 FA dollars obligated

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