NRCS encourages Rhode Island farmers and forest landowners to sign up for Climate-Smart agriculture & forestry conservation programs before Dec. 15 cut-off date for our first round of FY2024 funding.
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Today is a special day at Joppy Momma’s Farm that Kim owns and operates on the south side of Dallas in the Joppa neighborhood. Today is Thanksgiving Dinner Giveaway Day. Kim and her farming partners have joined together to donate 320 turkeys along with fresh produce.
The USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and the Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS) department joined host Kimberly High at Joppy Momma’s Farm in south Dallas for a Groundbreaking Ceremony for a USDA People’s Garden.
Act Now, allows NRCS to quickly approve and obligate a ranked application in a designated ranking pool when an eligible application meets or exceeds a State-determined minimum threshold, ranking score.
Conservation Notes is the NRCS-Michigan bimonthly newsletter highlighting conservation opportunities, events, and success stories.
Funding Available to Help Rhode Island Farmers Replace Diesel Tractors and Other Farm Equipment with Low Emitting or Electric Equipment
USDA now provides financial assistance to help Rhode Island farmers and forest landowners replace older high-emitting diesel tractors and non-tractor on-farm agricultural equipment with new cleaner-burning or electric equipment.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is encouraging agricultural producers and forest landowners in Alabama to participate in voluntary conservation programs and adopt climate-smart practices in fiscal year 2024 as part of President Biden’s Investing in America agenda.
USDA-NRCS Farm Bill Conservation Program and Inflation Reduction Act Climate-Smart Practices Signup Now Open in Rhode Island
NRCS announces a December 15, 2023, ranking cut-off date for farmers and forest landowners to apply for the first period of FY 2024 conservation program funding through EQIP-IRA, CSP-IRA, AMA, CSP, EQIP and ACEP.
Georgia NRCS is utilizing Inflation Reduction Act funds to bolster Farm Bill assistance for farmers, ranchers and landowners who want to further their conservation efforts.
Applications for the Environmental Quality Incentives Program for producers in Michigan must be submitted by Nov. 17, 2023, for the current round of funding. Additional selection dates may be announced if remaining funds are available.