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NRCS Alabama Interns met at the State Office in Auburn, Alabama to share their experiences of working for NRCS this summer.
$165,000 available to conserve at-risk wildlife and Nevada’s rangelands through the Working Lands for Wildlife program
$165,000 available for projects under WLFW to help voluntarily conserve sage grouse habitat on private lands in Nevada. This assistance helps producers plan and implement a variety of conservation activities, or practices, that benefit the bird and agricultural operations.
Application Deadline: March 15th, 2023
FSA Eligibility Deadline: April 1st, 2023
CSP Program Manager
Phone: (509) 323-2270
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is accepting applications from agricultural producers and forest landowners from Idaho for several Farm Bill Programs.
The 3,400-acre Peters easement, located within the Big Sheep watershed of the High Divide Headwaters, closed on schedule.
The Mussard's conservation easement, completed with a multi-pronged partnership, protects a variety of land types including sagebrush grasslands and wet meadows.
The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Montana and its conservation partners deliver conservation easements that give peace of mind and a financial boost to ranchers.
Jeff and Bea Raths have worked with multiple partners on a conservation easement that protects their working ranch from development and helps to manage their grazinglands in a way that benefits that land, livestock, and wildlife.