Conservationists with USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) are encouraging Iowa landowners with marginal cropland or land adjacent to trees, brush and pasture to seed down native warm-season grasses to benefit the northern bobwhite quail and other wildlife.
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USDA Offers Disaster Assistance to Farmers and Livestock Producers in Florida Impacted by Hurricane Idalia
Florida agricultural operations have been significantly impacted by Hurricane Idalia and related weather events. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has technical and financial assistance available to help farmers and livestock producers recover.
From learning-by-doing to shining example, father-and-son farming team Roger and Brian Karrels joined the Ozaukee Demonstration Farm Network in showcasing what conservation practices and welcoming vital pollinators can do for soil health and crop yields.
NRCS State Technical Committee meeting was held on August 10, 2023
NRCS Alabama Interns met at the State Office in Auburn, Alabama to share their experiences of working for NRCS this summer.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has technical and financial assistance available to help farmers and livestock producers recover from severe and worsening drought conditions.
Apply by October 20 for funding in the current cycle.
June is National Dairy Month and the staff at the Natural Resources Conservation Service in Idaho want to give a tip of our hats to the Gem State’s milk producers. Whether they be large scale or small, they are an important part of how Idaho feeds the world.
The Environmental Quality Incentives Program gave distinguished sheep grazer and grazing mentor, Barbara Salas, the resources to manage her land in a way that allows both agricultural production and wildlife diversity to coexist and thrive.
Learn about additional conservation practices you can implement to continue growing your stewardship on your operation.